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Hi all. I am a grant writer with a "real" job at the local university. I am under a contract with the town I used to live in and can make 10% of what I successfully bring in grant writing. I am optimistically hoping to bring in 10-25,000 in grant writing money (which I receive only if the grant is successful). Should this money appear, how do I tax it? It will be treated as a 1099 by the City.

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