Common Skipcart Tax Questions: 1099-MISC 2019

Modified on Fri, 15 May 2020 at 12:25 PM

Disclaimer: As independent contractors, Skipcart Drivers have the responsibility to keep track of their earnings and to accurately report them in their tax filings. Skipcart does not provide a break down of your total earnings between base pay, tips, bonuses, etc. Any questions about what you have to report on your taxes should be directed to a tax professional, as Skipcart cannot provide you with tax advice. You are also free to conduct your own research, as there are many publicly available articles online, such as this one from TurboTax. Please note that we cannot verify the accuracy of the content contained in this article or any other publicly available sources of information and again, we advise you to seek the advice of a tax professional if you have further questions.

Taxes are not withheld automatically and Skipcart calculates the subtotal of the Skipcart Driver's earnings based on date earnings were deposited and is not based on the date the Skipcart Driver completed the delivery.

Skipcart Drivers in the US:

In the United States, all Skipcart Driver's that earn $600 or more within a calendar year will receive a 1099-MISC from Qwil for the 2019 tax year.

For additional help getting your 2019 1099-MISC>>  

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