if i collect cans to recycle is that considered self employed
If you don't generate enough income to be reportable to the IRS for income tax purposes, I would wager that you would not be considered a self-employed aluminum can collector as far as the IRS is concerned.
They are only interested in self-employed persons if that person is making enough money to be in a tax bracket that is required to pay taxes on what they earn.
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