How do I separate my jobs/writeoffs for taxes for 3 jobs, 1 an Independent Contractor job?
Job 1: Independent Contractor (has writeoffs for gas, office supplies, etc.) Job 2: Employee (has writeoffs for gas, office supplies, etc.) Job 3: Employee Also, I have $1500 in interest for student loans. How do I separate all of these for my tax filing? I work from home as an employee. That's why I have office supplies on there. Also, once I've filled out the Schedule A and Schedule C, where do I total everything up?
Asked By: Woop - 3/16/2008
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What you can do is prorate your expenses based on the income percentage received from each job that allows you to write off expenses. It sounds like you need to use a Form 8829 (Business Use of Home) if you have an area in your home */exclusively/* used for your home office.
Answered By: JK Harris - 3/17/2008
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Job 1 amounts go on schedule C... More
Answered By: v b - 3/16/2008
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