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Use Schedule C (Form 1040) to report income or (loss) from a business you operated or a profession you practiced as a sole proprietor. An activity qualifies as a business if your primary purpose for engaging in the activity is for income or profit and you are involved in the activity with continuity and regularity.Who needs to file Schedule C (Form 1040)?
Schedule C of Form 1040 is a tax schedule that must be filed by people who are self-employed. It's a calculation worksheet, the "Profit or Loss From Business" statement. Your self-employment income from the year is entered and tallied here, then carried over to your Form 1040 tax return after any allowable business expenses are deducted.How do I fill out a Schedule C?
You fill out Schedule C at tax time and attach it to or file it electronically with Form 1040. Schedule C is typically for people who operate sole proprietorships or single-member LLCs. A Schedule C is not the same as a 1099 form, though you may need IRS Form 1099 (a 1099-NEC or 1099-K in particular) in order to fill out a Schedule C.Do I need to file a Schedule C?
You may have to file a Schedule C even if you have a regular day job where you’re someone’s employee. So if you’re freelancing on the side, your self-employment means you’ll probably need to add the Schedule C to your to-do list.