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madamesunset89
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If I made $10,000 in side gigs and my net income from my main job is 30,000 how much can I expect to pay back in taxes?

 
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Critter
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If I made $10,000 in side gigs and my net income from my main job is 30,000 how much can I expect to pay back in taxes?

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Critter
Level 15

If I made $10,000 in side gigs and my net income from my main job is 30,000 how much can I expect to pay back in taxes?

SweetieJean
Level 15

If I made $10,000 in side gigs and my net income from my main job is 30,000 how much can I expect to pay back in taxes?

Remember State taxes as well.
Hal_Al
Level 15

If I made $10,000 in side gigs and my net income from my main job is 30,000 how much can I expect to pay back in taxes?

That seems to be a simple question, but Taxes are not simple. Using the taxcaster tool  is the best way to get an accurate estimate.
That said, and based only on the info provided, you can expect to pay $3000 in income and self employment ("FICA") tax on $10,000 of "side gig" income
madamesunset89
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If I made $10,000 in side gigs and my net income from my main job is 30,000 how much can I expect to pay back in taxes?

Thank you
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