self-employed. where do i report income if I did not get a 1099, only have my own records.

i am using turbotax premier
    If this is business income you don't need a Form 1099.  Self-employment income should be based on your records.   The Forms 1099 are primarily for the IRS, and only a reminder to you.

    Such payments are reported under the wages and income tab, in the business income category.  Once entered, Turbotax will automatically compute a Schedule C (Net Profit from Business) and, if appropriate, a Schedule SE for self-employment tax.
    • Additional note:  Even if you do receive 1099s, it is not necessary to input them individually in Turbo Tax.  You can bypass the 1099 question and enter your gross income data from your own records.  This can be helpful if you have a lot of 1099s.  It is still a good idea to verify the amounts being reported on form 1099s with the amounts in your records.
    • Don't you need the payer's EIN?  Where do you report it - on the "income not on a 1099" page?
    You do not need the payer's EIN on a Form 1099 unless the payer withheld federal income taxes.
      what form do i file for self employeed and why do u have to upgrade the package
      • 1040ES is required.  Schedule C. "profit or Loss from Self Employment
        If your married you may be able to get around the estimated taxes 1040ES.  If your spouse works increase her withholding.  if you can get enuf.  If you use your TIN,  you'll stop getting 1099's.
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