To complete Schedule C, you need records of the income your business received and the cost of goods sold. You must list your business expenses; these include things like rent, utilities, insurance, taxes and depreciation.What is 1099 income on Schedule C?
Schedule C is the tax form you file with your income taxes that reports your income and expenses for your business. 1099 is what a business may issue an independent contractor when they pay them over $600. It simply reports to the IRS how much they paid the contractor.Where do I enter Schedule C?
Enter business income (Schedule C) 1. Click the Planning tab. 2. Click the Tax Center button. 3. Click Show Tax Planner. 4. On the left side of the page, select Business Income. 5. In the Business Income or Loss - Schedule C page, in the Revenue, field, enter gross receipts or sales from all sole proprietorships.