The lower limit for what you have to report is $0. You are obligated to report all of your income. The company that hired you as a non-employee does not have to report payments which total less than $600, but many do. Whether or not they choose to file a 1099-MISC, you are still required to report the income.This income should be reported on Schedule C or C-EZ. As to the "bit of a tax headache" it's caused, you can always choose either to not moonlight, or to devote enough effort to make this a reliable source of income.Ira
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