i made 30$ in a job training and quit now they are telling me i have to do taxes i only made 30$...
nothing more that's the only job i ever had in my life am i suppose to do taxes?
You must file a tax return if you had net earnings from self-employment of $400 or more. This is your total self-employment income less the expenses paid in operating your trade or business, multiplied by 92.35%. For more details, refer to Topic 554, Self-Employment Tax.
by swedal 7 years ago
If you just won a million dollars, would you quit your job?
by xupe49dxb 7 years ago
Can I draw a lump sum payment from my 401k after my last day of employment when I retire?this is an employer profit sharing plan set up for guaranteed income 100% vested.
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 3 years ago
Even though you may have acquired knowledge of a particular skill in vocational training or college—the real test of your understanding will come from your OJT: On the Job Training. Unfortunately, everyone doesn’t possess the necessary expertise in administering this training. Many times...
by Dot 2 years ago
My husband wants me to quit my job so he can become the sole provider, what do I do?Why do males always have to be the boss all the time? A friend asked me this question and I wanted another opinion , what do you think?
by Jimbo'daNimbo 6 years ago
http://dailycaller.com/2012/09/22/state … poor-most/You know what is really confusing about this is the simple fact the smoking is one of the greatest health issues we have..but I just would wonder how much caterwauling you would get from the left if you tried to repeal it?
by Rhys Baker 4 years ago
Does taking time off work with depression or stress affect your future job prospects?Any personal experiences or thoughts from managers or HR departments would be fantastic. Anything with a slant towards the education sector and schools would be even more helpful!
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