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- January 27, 2008 at 1:44 am #255380Guest
I went back to school full-time last year, and didn’t work after I
started school. However, in the spring I did a temporary job for alittle while, as an independent contractor. I understand that you have
to earn $600 or more with any particular company for them to report
your income to the the IRS and send you a 1099 form.I really don’t remember how much I earned from them…it wasn’t much.
And I haven’t received the form, which I would have by now. My only
other income is child support, which is not taxable. My question is, doI not need to file a tax return this year? When applying for financial
help, sometimes they want a copy of your tax return to prove your
income (or lack thereof). What will I do if I don’t have one from 2007?Any tax professionals out there who can answer my questions? I’m afraid
my accountant will charge me for the phone call if I call him to ask!
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