Schedule C and 1099 income -- deductions?


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Brian Gordon

I get work through a tutoring agency, who will pay me on a 1099. I also do
free-lance tutoring. I drive to the students' homes for both.

How do I report all the mileage -- on the Schedule C, or is there a provision
to report the 1099 work mileage separately? Or?

This is my first year with the mix.
 
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Brian Gordon said:
I get work through a tutoring agency, who will pay me on a 1099. I also do
free-lance tutoring. I drive to the students' homes for both.

How do I report all the mileage -- on the Schedule C, or is there a
provision
to report the 1099 work mileage separately? Or?

This is my first year with the mix.
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There is a place on Schedule C, page 2 for mileage, but if you also have any
depreciation, you should report the mileage in the place provided on Form
4562 instead of on page 2 of Schedule C.
The dollar amount goes on page 1 of Schedule C as an expense.


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Bill Brown

I get work through a tutoring agency, who will pay me on a 1099.  I also do
free-lance tutoring.  I drive to the students' homes for both.

How do I report all the mileage -- on the Schedule C, or is there a provision
to report the 1099 work mileage separately?  Or?
Use Schedule C for all revenue and expenses associated with your
tutoring activity. Go to http://www.irs.gov/businesses/index.html for
information business related income tax rules.
 

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