Does HP send a 1099 to the IRS? Can anyone give me an example on how to file my earnings from Hubpages? Thanks in advance.
This is one of the related discussions below your post. Not sure if it's still relevant though.
https://hubpages.com/community/forum/12 … es-earning
HP does not send 1099s. You have to declare your earnings if more than $1200 for the year yourself. My husband is an accountant and files mine under "other income" on our return. You can get your exact figures from your balance sheet online.
You only have to file if you make $1200 or more? I didn't know that. I've always filed even if it was under $100.
I also file mine under "other income".
Is there any exemption for artists paying tax in the US?
In Ireland, Revenue allow exemptions for creative works such as books, plays, musical compositions, paintings and sculptures.
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