Taxpayers who operate sole proprietorships must use Schedule C (Form 1040) to report their profits and losses. Sole proprietors who have employees and offices can still use the schedule, according to TurboTax. Business o... More »

A Schedule C is a tax form that owners of a small business file along with their 1040. Business owners use the form to report their income, expenditures and losses to the Internal Revenue Service. Independent contractors... More »

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Examples of Schedule C Tax forms are available from Uncle Fed's Tax Board, Fast Easy Accounting and the New York Times. These sites use hypothetical subjects to give the user an idea of a duly filled-in Schedule C tax fo... More »

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A Schedule C is a tax form that owners of a small business file along with their 1040. Business owners use the form to report their income, expenditures and losses to the Internal Revenue Service. Independent contractors... More »

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Business owners must file Schedule C, Form 1040, Profit or Loss From Business if the business engaged in an activity for income or profit and is actively involved in the activity regularly and continually, notes the Inte... More »

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Taxpayers report disability income on Form 1040, Form 1040A or Form 1040EZ, according to the Internal Revenue Service. The form used depends on what forms taxpayers need for their taxes. They enter disability income unde... More »

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A taxpayer files Schedule D with a Form 1040 if that taxpayer has short-term or long-term capital gains or losses from the sale of assets. Before completing Schedule D, a taxpayer usually must also fill out Form 8949, wh... More »

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