They don't do 1099s anymore. Just report the income you received on your taxes. If you got more than, I think $10,000, from PayPal, they will 1099 you. Otherwise, it's up to you to keep track and report your income.
I'm not sure whether it's $10,000 or $20,000 from Paypal.
Does anyone know for sure what the cut-off is for needing a form? I thought there was a 1099 misc form for any amount earned? Is it hubpages who issues you the form, or paypal?
Thanks for that. I always forget from year to year what the cut offs are.
There are so many forms these days and rules of the trade.
I've made over $20,000 this year and just went to PayPal to see if I could get my tax forms. Apparently, they will be available after Jan. 31. In the past, I've reported as self-employed. Here is the note from PayPal:
PayPal will track the payment volume of your account(s) to check whether your payment volume exceeds both of these levels in a calendar year:
$20,000 USD in gross payment volume from sales of goods or services in a single calendar year
200 payments for goods or services in the same year*
You may be asked to provide your tax identification number (TIN), such as a Social Security Number (SSN) or Employer Identification Number (EIN), to your existing account(s), if you don’t already have one on file. If your TIN fails verification, you will need to fill out an equivalent tax Form W-9.
If you cross the IRS thresholds in a given calendar year, PayPal will send Form 1099-K to you and the IRS for that year early in the following year.
For those who haven't already discovered it, wait until you get a load of the new 1040 forms. At least schedules C and SE weren't messed with. I've been pecking away at it and I guess I'm about halfway done. Good thing I started early.
by Kitty Fields 6 years ago
I am filling out my 1099 Misc Form to submit with my taxes but cannot turn it in because I do not have Hubpages Federal Tax ID #. Does anyone have it on their form from last year? Or does someone know how I can get the number so that I can submit my taxes? Thanks!
by David 470 6 years ago
I received my Tax forms last year. But this year I have not received any from HubPages.
by Stove And Home 6 years ago
I saw a notice last night that HubPages will not be sending out 1099-Misc forms. The new rule is that PayPal will be sending out a 1099-K to Hubbers instead.But I read somewhere online that the 1099-K is only sent out to people who make at least $20,000 or more than 200 transactions through...
by Shanna 6 years ago
It's my first year doing taxes on my own and I'm a bit (actually completely) baffled.Has hubpages sent out the electronic w-2's yet? Do I just count it as part of my total income on my 1040EZ form? Was federal income tax withheld from my hubpages earnings, or will I owe money? Someone please take...
by plusMinus 4 years ago
I see that the tax related documents should be deliver electronically. But still I dont find such type of file or I am not seeing any download link to download that from my hubpages earning page. I am not sure what is the minimum balance requirement to get that file. Or how to download that file....
by PBody5205 7 years ago
Has anyone received their 1099 from Hubpages yet?
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