Do I have to file a 1099 from a profit of less than $600 in with my other tax preparations?
I have two separate incomes from 2010. One that is my main source of income where I receive a w2. The other was a sales job where I will get a 1099 where I have less than $600 in profit.
It is illegal for anyone to answer this question unless they are a professional in the industry. Please see your tax man.
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