Interest/Dividends/Other Types of Income
Top Frequently Asked Questions for Interest/Dividends/Other Types of Income
- How do I report this 1099-DIV from my mutual fund?
- I received a Form 1099-MISC instead of a Form W-2. I'm not self-employed, I do not have a business. How do I report this income?
- I am self-employed. How do I report my income and how do I pay Medicare and Social Security taxes?
- I received a Form 1099-MISC with an amount in box 7, (nonemployee compensation). What forms and schedules should be used to report income earned as an independent contractor?
- What, if any, quarterly forms must I file to report income as an independent contractor?
- Are alimony payments considered taxable income?
- Are child support payments considered taxable income?
- I am receiving long-term disability. Is it considered taxable?
- My child has joined Americorps and has received an income statement. Are these payments taxable?
- Are the amounts a taxpayer receives from a "reverse mortgage" taxable or non taxable income? I've looked in publications 525, 936, 530 and 17 and couldn't find any relevant information.
Frequently Asked Question Subcategories for Interest/Dividends/Other Types of Income
- 1099-DIV Dividend Income
- 1099-INT Interest Income
- 1099-MISC, Independent Contractors, and Self-employed
- 1099 Information Returns (All Other)
- Alimony, Child Support, Court Awards, Damages
- Employee Reimbursements, Form W-2, Wage Inquiries
- Gifts & Inheritances
- Grants, Scholarships, Student Loans, Work Study
- Life Insurance & Disability Insurance Proceeds
- Ministers' Compensation & Housing Allowance
- Savings Bonds
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Page Last Reviewed or Updated: December 10, 2008