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|Subject: Sch C necessary?||Date: 4/1/2013 1:36 PM|
|Author: RBMunkin||Number: 118245 of 121219|
If some worked for an individual and was paid outside of payroll for a short while, and received a 1099-MISC for that small amount, and then they switched to payroll and got a W2 from that person, is there anywhere they can report the 1099-MISC income besides Schedule C? They are not truly self-employed, and will not be the following year. Just for $840 worth of time before the employer put them on a payroll system.
Also, they do NOT have ANY expenses to claim against the $840.
So for this very brief time period, and very small amount, it's a bummer but it seems to me they have to do a Sch C. But I thought I'd check here for her first.
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