What percentage tax do Independent Contractors pay?

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Answered: Filing as an indepent contractor

The income and expenses from the independent contractor activity go on Schedule C of 1040. With as little income as you have, you'll probably be able to use the C-EZ form instead of the regular schedule C. If your profit from that business is over $400, you'll also need to fill out Schedule SE to ...

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The same way you pay for anything else.

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Can I work as an independent contractor (off site ...

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Taxes

The advantage of paying your taxes when they are due is that you don't go to jail.

If i live and work from home in NH but my company is based in rhode

According to RI, your income would be considered to be from a RI source, so you would have to file a RI non-resident return. Do you occasionally visit the RI office? If you never go to the office and perform no services for customers/clients in RI it might be worth a try to get a determination ...

Who does not pay tax

Who doesn't pay taxes (legally): a large number of low income seniors, a substantial number of students with low income, the unemployed, welfare recipients, prisoners, those on disability, those with low income and minor children. Also a few millionaires who lost money for the year. Then there ...