can you still get earned income credit with a 1099?
Yes. How you earn your income is irrelevant to qualifying for credits and/or filing statuses. However, independent contractors who receive EIC tend to attract a little extra attention from the IRS. One piece of advice: You must claim all applicable expenses even if it reduces your EIC.
by Wayne Z - 10 hours ago
Yes you can. The EIC is based on profit (after expenses), for independent contractors.
by Chas - 10 hours ago
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