I'm disabled and have been unable to work for the past 4 years but still receive sales residuals ($1020.00) from a previous company I worked with when self employed. The questions asked for the 1099-MISC entry don't really apply to my current situation as the questions are geared to those who are still in the work force. I'm not self-employed any longer and didn't do any work over the past several years to earn this income so I'm not sure how to answer the required questions. Any assistance with this sections would be greatly appreciated. The income is not "from my main job" (as I don't have one) nor is it from work "like my main job". On the question regarding uncommon situations, should I check "this was a commission, bonus, prize, award, etc. from a payer who was not Karri's employer?" or would I select "none of these apply" ? I used to be self employed but no longer. Will I keep getting these questions every year even though I've indicated I no longer have a business and not self employed? I do not have any deductible expenses as I no longer have a business or self employed. I will continue to receive these residuals until policies are no longer valid. I could really use some guidance... Thank you.
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My son had state health insurance for the first 5 months of the year and than didn't have coverage for the other 7. I received the 1095-A for my husbands coverage (Marketplace) and didn't receive one for my son which is expected. Because I'm claiming my son (20) as a dependent he is listed when i get to the section to report who did and didn't have coverage. My son is listed and therefor required to indicate his insurance coverage for last year. My son also has to file taxes and receives the same question regarding his insurance last year. He also is required to enter something. So my question is who should be reporting it? if we both report his coverage, we are both penalized and taxes return amount is substantially decreased ($450 / $2700). I cant find an answer to this question anywhere.... help please??
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