If you received an IRS form 1099K for some personal stuff you sold online, then you might be wondering how to report Form 1099K on Tax Return. Watch the video to have the 1099K explained.
You may be confused, because this form is normally for businesses, but starting in 2022, the reporting threshold changes significantly, from $20,000 dollars and 200 transactions to a much lower reporting threshold of $600.
In this video, I’ll show you how to report it on your tax return, with an example, from an actual 1099K form to how to show that on an actual individual tax return.
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