Friday, April 3, 2009

Non-employee Compensation

Greg Asks:
i worked for the Miami Herald delivering papers and on my tax form it says its considered nonemployee compensation. what does this mean?


My reply:
Hello!   Non-employee compensation means that you are not their employee, but instead an independent contractor.  Independent contractor's complete Schedule C on their tax return, which allows you to deduct all your expenses.


If you'd like some help with your return please consider my tax return preparation services.


Best wishes,
Gina
http://GLGcpa.com

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