This is my first year filing 1099 working as a freelancer. I have about 6 sites I earned from; however, some are not over the 600 us dollar amount; not to mention on one freelance site the client opted out from filing the form; so even though the amount is well over the 600 dollar; I was told I have to file misc earnings.
How do I do this?
On some freelance sites; they take a cut; is this tax deductible?
I would think I should (and will) claim every penny I earned from all the sites I worked on; how do I do this if they do not issue a form for either reason stated above?
Any help is greatly appreciated!!!
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