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ejsandquist1
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The 1099 misc forms for contractor non-employee labor were accepted by the IRS. How do I enter this information into the TurboTax self employment tax return?

I need to either find a way to enter the accepted 1099 misc non-employee compensation into TurboTax Self Employed or into Quick Books and then into TurboTax Self Employed. I would prefer the former. 

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DianeW
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The 1099 misc forms for contractor non-employee labor were accepted by the IRS. How do I enter this information into the TurboTax self employment tax return?

This would be entered under your business expenses as a contract labor expense category.  To reach this section follow the steps below in TurboTax online.

  1. Select Federal tab in the black navigation panel on the left
  2. Select Income & Expenses
  3. Select Self Employment Income & Expenses
  4. Scroll below Expenses and select "Add expenses for this work"
  5. Scroll down until you see Contract Labor and select
  6. Click the image attached to enlarge and view

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DianeW
Expert Alumni

The 1099 misc forms for contractor non-employee labor were accepted by the IRS. How do I enter this information into the TurboTax self employment tax return?

This would be entered under your business expenses as a contract labor expense category.  To reach this section follow the steps below in TurboTax online.

  1. Select Federal tab in the black navigation panel on the left
  2. Select Income & Expenses
  3. Select Self Employment Income & Expenses
  4. Scroll below Expenses and select "Add expenses for this work"
  5. Scroll down until you see Contract Labor and select
  6. Click the image attached to enlarge and view
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