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I get paid in cash at one of my jobs(I have 3)?

Author : Danielle

Submitted : 2018-02-26 02:02:02    Popularity:     

Tags: paid  cash  jobs  

My employer didn t provide me with a w-2, she pays me in cash and gives me the money right after each shift. Or sometimes venmo the money. She does this to all employees. How do I do my taxes? I know I need to report this income including my two other job

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All income should be declared.............. an employer who pays cash in hand sounds like he is not declaring or paying his taxes, so defrauding the tax man

you keep track of what she pays you and report this income on Sch C and probably SE as well with the rest of your income

your employer who pays cash can get in BIG LEGAL TROUBLE--not only is she cheating the government, she is not paying into social security and medicare for your future retirement. Report her to the IRS and also to the Social Security Administration. Even if she decides to treat all the workers as an independent contractor instead of employee, she must still REPORT YOUR EARNINGS on form 1099 with no taxes withheld and no social security deducted. Ask if she is doing that and if yes, ask for the 1099 form for your tax return reporting. Also, you have NO COVERAGE for disability if you get hurt on the job, and no unemployment insurance if you lose the job.

Yes.You need to pay tax on total income including all jobs.

First see if your employer is doing something that evades taxes. That can get you in trouble. But if things do go south, just be honest, and say you didn't know about the tax dealings with cash on hand paying method.

don't report anything from that job. your employer isn't filing anything to the IRS. that's why you're paid "under the table". She's taking a risk. maybe they'll catch up to her, maybe not. it's none of your business. so if you like the money you're getting from that job, keep your mouth shut and just take the cash!

Hopefully (as per the law) You have been keeping track of all of that pay, so that you can report the full amount - on the form C-EZ - - self employment income ... and you will owe both halves of the FICA taxes. Online tax prep programs can step you through the whole process. If you want a sneak peak, or need help / have questions go to irs.gov

She wants you to file 1040 with schedule c-ez and schedule se. She wants you to pay her share of employment taxes.

You can argue via form SS-8 and if ITS agrees amend later to form 1040 with form 8919 for only employee share of payroll taxes.

Try talking to her. She's the only person that knows really. Or corporate. It might be under the table, she just didn't tell you.
Good luck!



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