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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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 »

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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To calculate the tax on the amount in a 1099 form, fill out a Schedule C or C-EZ using the amount reported in box 7 for non-employee compensation, according to Intuit. This allows you to calculate the net profit from sel... More »

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To print IRS tax forms, visit the official IRS website, locate the relevant form, download the PDF file and print it. Taxpayers can find forms for individuals and businesses on the Forms and Publications portion of the w... More »

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The Internal Revenue Service's schedule 8812 is the appropriate form to file to claim a child tax credit of up to $1,000 for each child, according to IRS.gov. Taxpayers must file form 2441 to obtain a credit for child-ca... 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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