Question

What is a Schedule C Tax Form — Will I also have to file a Schedule SE Tax Form?

Answer

If you’re self-employed, file a Schedule C: Profit or Loss From Business (Sole Proprietorship). This reports how much money you made or lost in your business.

Usually, people who file a Schedule C Tax Form will also have to file a Schedule SE Tax Form: Self-Employment Tax.

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