Filing guide For gig worker taxes

Gig worker, freelancer or independent contractor. Whatever term you use, self-employed individuals have additional responsibilities each tax year. Don’t worry – this isn’t a job you have to do on your own. We’re here to make understanding gig worker taxes easier for you.

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The big deal about gig income and taxes

Do gig workers pay taxes? Yes, but how it works is very different if you’re used to filing taxes with a W-2 job.

Get an overview of filing taxes as an independent contractor.

DoorDash tax help

Working with DoorDash? You don’t need to sweat tax time. Find out what you need to know about DoorDash taxes before you file.

Gig economy tax deductions

Deductions lower your income, helping you lower your overall tax bill. Self-employed and gig workers can take advantage of tax deductions that individuals can’t.

Forms 1099 for gig workers and Schedule C

Your 1099 gig worker forms and Schedule C are used to report your income to the IRS. Luckily, you don’t need to be a forms expert to understand the details. That’s where our expertise comes in!