THE ONLY DOCUMENTS UBER HAS AVILABLE FOR ME TO DOWNLOAD WAS A 2018 YEARLY SUMMARY, NO 1099 OF ANY KIND. DOES THAT MEAN THAT THEY DID NOT SEND IRS ANY INFO ON MY SSN#?

MY ONLY QUESTION IS, DID UBER SEND EARNINGS INFO WITH MY SSN# TO THE IRS? AND IF SO ON WHAT FORM# OR DOCUMENT#? I WANT TO KNOW TO BE SURE MY FILING IS IDENTICAL TO WHAT THE IRS RECEIVED FROM UBER! 

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If your income was under $600, then Uber is not required to send you a 1099 MISC, but you still need to include the Uber income on your return.  See the information below for how to report your Uber income in TurboTax:

If you weren’t paid $600 or more, a business isn’t required to send you a 1099-MISC, but you still need to report the income.

To enter your self-employment income not reported on a 1099-MISC:

  1. When in your account, select the Take Me to My Return button on the main screen.
  2. Type Schedule C in the Search box
  3. Select the Jump to link.
  4. Answer the general questions about your business (or select Edit at the work summary screen).
  5. At the Let’s get income for… screen, select Other self-employed Income.

If you made $600 or more, contact the company or individual you worked for to request a 1099-MISC.


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