I am assuming I have to claim amazon sales as income on my taxes. I did not get over $600 so no 1099. Anyone know how to claim this income on taxes.
I'd like to know as well, because I have no idea about taxes at all.
You need to file a Schedule C and yes you do have to claim the income even though it wasn't enough to get a 1099. It's really not that hard as long as you go through it line after line and you can claim the part of your internet service you use for business and whatever internet expenses you may have.
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