Reporting Self-Employment Business Income and Deductions

Freda A. Nix

Schedule C: Consider income, expenses, and vehicle information

Each year, sole proprietors have the chore of preparing and filing Schedule C with their 1040 to show the IRS whether their business had a taxable profit or a deductible loss. Schedule C can seem daunting, but filing will be easier if you plan ahead and keep good records.

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