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Do you have to pay tax for selling on eBay?
If you are a US taxpayer, and you sell items on eBay on a routine basis, you are required to report your revenue from the sale of such items as part of a business return (e.g. Schedule C or C-EZ of Form 1040, Form 1120, Form 1120-S, Form 1065, or other form as appropriate to your tax status). You may generally deduct your expenses in producing and shipping those items, any costs you incur in marketing them (including eBay listing fees), and any other expenses that can be reasonably attributed to the process of acquiring, producing, or selling those items.If you only occasionally sell items on eBay (that is, you are not in the business of selling things on eBay) and you are a US taxpayer filing a personal income tax return, you must report the entire amount of what you received for whatever you sold as “other income” on Line 21 of Form 1040. Note that you cannot file Form 1040-A or Form 1040-EZ if you have taxable “other income” that isn’t from unemployment compensation or Alaska permanent fund dividends; there is no equivalent of Line 21 on Form 1040-A or Form 1040-EZ. Effective with tax year 2021. these amounts are instead reported on Line 21 of Schedule 1 of Form 1040.eBay does not send Form 1099-MISC because eBay does not process payments itself other than to collect its listing fees. Thus, eBay will never send you a Form 1099-MISC or Form 1099-K. If you use a payment processor such as PayPal, and you process transactions through that processor totaling more than $25,000 from 200 or more payors, that processor will send you, and the IRS, Form 1099-K, indicating that you were the recipient of the specified amount of funds. If your return does not, somewhere, reflect the receipt of those funds, the IRS will “correct” your return by adding the amount you failed to report as income. This will generally increase your tax and reduce your refund or increase the amount you are required to pay, and could result in penalties for underpayment or underprepayment of tax. In addition, if you claim the Earned Income Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit, or American Opportunity Tax Credit, and fail to report any part of your taxable income, you may be subject to additional penalties, and may also be banned from claiming these credits in the future.If you indicated to the payment processor you use that you are not a US taxpayer (by providing them with form W-8BEN or W-8BEN-E, in lieu of form W-9, when they asked you for a SSN), they will not file Form 1099-K with regard to payments to you, and you do not have to file a US tax return. However, they may file Form 1042-S instead, and may instead withhold “exit taxes” from payments made to you in accordance with the rules pertaining to transfers of US-source income made to non-US taxpayers. Consult a tax accountant for additional information.(Updated April 2021 to correct errors and reflect changes in forms for tax year 2018.)
Does Uber take taxes out of the driver's pay or is the driver responsible to pay taxes?
As everyone knows by now (because everyone seems to be preoccupied with Uber withholding taxes ‡ even people who aren’t Uber drivers), Uber does not withhold taxes, and drivers are totally responsible for their own tax payments. However, the drivers are not “1099 contractors”, and are not working for Uber in any capacity. It is not at all like a company that “hires” independent contractors to do particular jobs from time to time.Yes, Uber drivers are self-employed, but they are not “working” for Uber at all. (In fact, if anything, Uber is “working” for them ‡ for which Uber is being paid its commission. The only reason why the driver doesn’t have to furnish a 1099-MISC to Uber when the commissions are over $600 is that payments to a corporation are not reportable in the same way.) So Uber is not reporting that it is paying compensation to the driver. What Uber is reporting is the gross amount that it collected on behalf of the driver, and then paid it to him/her ‡ before deduction of its commissions. That’s why the report is on a 1099-K ‡ not a 1099-MISC.Reporting on a 1099-K is required only when Uber pays a driver more than $20,000 or collects more than 200 transactions. My understanding (though I can’t prove it) is that Uber “voluntarily” reports even below those thresholds “for the drivers‡ convenience.” But whether it does or not, it is reporting the same thing.The driver may also receive a 1099-MISC. If so, that has nothing to do with fares. That would report other payments that Uber may have made to him/her, if they total over $600. I’m not really familiar with the details of those payments, but i understand that Uber pays drivers incentives and bonuses for various things, like referring new drivers, etc.; those types of payments would be reported on a 1099-MISC as “nonemployee compensation.”
How does an Uber driver file taxes? What is the best way to claim business expenses (fuel, car maintenance, etc.) as a transportation service provider?
Resources:Tax Advice for Uber DriversTax Guide for Self-EmployedMileage Deduction 101I’d read through those to get a good understanding of what you can deduct and what you should be paying. As mentioned by others, you can either write off the actual costs of operating your vehicle (gas, repairs, maintenance) or use the standard mileage rate and multiple your business miles by 54 cents.A couple things to keep in mind. If this is your first year, you may want to use the standard mileage rate because you can always switch to the other method in later years - the inverse isn’t true. Don’t forget about the other deductions you’re eligible for as an Uber driver: the cost of buying water bottles for customers, software to keep track of your miles and expenses and a host of other expenses can also be written off.
Are crowdfunding funds tax deductible?
In the UK it would depend on the type of crowdfunding transaction.A crowdfunding scheme launched by a charity for its charitable purposes where the funds were a donation would qualify as charitable donation and would therefore be tax deductible.Some crowdfunding equity transactions for business qualify as Enterprise Investment Schemes (30% tax relief on investments up to £1m) or Seed Enterprise investment Schemes (50% tax relief on investments up to £100,000). These investments qualify for generous tax relief in fact the tax relief might be at higher than your marginal rate.There are specific rules that must be met to be a qualifying scheme.
How can I get a copy of my wage and tax statements (Form W-2)?
By Federal Law, the previous year’s wages, eg 2021. must be supplied in full as a W-2 or a 1099-Misc, 1099-K, etc *BY* January 31st of the following year, so January 31st 2021. for all wages in 2018.IF your employer does not have a current address on file for you, that’s *YOUR* fault and not the employer. You would have to contact them, request a replacement W-2 and wait till it arrives.IF your employer is refusing to provide one, *FLAT OUT* you can contact the IRS to get a ‘transcript‡ of your earnings (reported) that year by your employer(s). Please do note that it *ONLY* covers Federal Taxes and Income records. Any state or local taxes will not be listed.
Can the IRS track my bitcoin earnings and losses?
Great question, Yes the IRS will and is tracking bitcoin profits.They have already been in contact with coinbase and other exchanges to get a list of people who move just money.Irs will get there money this is why binance is shutting down in USA. If you think they want to they dont but USA Can do things if they dont feel your replying the info the USa wants.they dont want to de a target..I'm sure they dont care about losses but gain are taxable . As of now 10 kor 15k letters have gone out. It's better tg o show you gains and take off losses now the wait 10 years.If you made money you may loss everything in penalty not reporting.but not giving tax advice.
Do crypto exchanges like Coinbase and Gemini send customer tax information to the IRS?
Yes, they do.Especially they started to report more since January. Before it was without control and only big accounts and big investments were controlled. Right now they track everything.Don’t forget to pay taxes, Gabe! I will be filling my taxes today and will have a lot of questions to tax advisor.
Are Bitcoin exchanges, like Coinbase, required to report to tax authorities any capital gains? If not, why not?
It depends. Any US-based exchange may be compelled by the IRS to disclose specific customer information. As of April 2021. Coinbase and Gemini by default will send you and the IRS a 1099-K if you meet the following standards (as of April 2019):At least 200 orders with matches during 2021. whose total value is equal to or greater than $20,000 or your gross proceeds from those transactions exceed the state’s threshold:Arkansas (AR) - $2,500District of Columbia (DC) - $600Massachusetts (MA) - $600Mississippi (MS) - $600Missouri (MO) - $1,200New Jersey (NJ) - $1,000Vermont (VT) - $600All other states - $20kIt is important to note that if your exchange send you a 1099k, it will not account for any trades that occurred outside of the exchange. It can be tedious to track and reconcile your taxable gains across exchanges, which is why we built CoinTracker (disclosure: I work here) to automatically track and calculate your taxable gains/losses from earned, spent, and traded Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
What are the factors that account for tax evasion?
In the US, individuals report their taxable income with documents received by competent institutions such as employers, banks and brokerages, combined with the honor system of accounting for other income and expenses.The system relies on the honor of taxpayers and tax preparers for the accuracy of tax reporting. Not everyone is honorable.The policing agency, the IRS, is underfunded and overworked. It manages an ever changing and overcomplicated tax code.The result is the IRS estimates there is a $300-$400 billion tax gap between taxes that should be collected and taxes actually collected.Congress is responsible for both IRS funding and the convoluted tax code. I expect little change in the future.