In this video, I wanted to clear up some confusion with the new 1099K forms, specifically the new $600 reporting requirements and what it means for you and for your side hustle. If you’re an entrepreneur, freelancer, gig economy worker, or independent contractor, then you’ll want to pay close attention.
Later in the video, I’ll answer a question I received on what to do if you received a form 1099K in your name and social security number, but it actually belongs to someone else.
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