1. Stephanie WatsonFebruary 10, 2014   

    You are a very patient person. 😉

  2. TaxMamaFebruary 10, 2014   

    You are totally NOT reading the form or my answers.
    Please, call tech support at your software and have an actual conversation. OK.

    You don’t have an EIN so don’t use anyone else’s.
    You ARE in business. That’s why you get a 1099 instead of a W-2.
    That’s what the 1099 means.

  3. Stephany McDanielFebruary 10, 2014   

    So then the EIN was reported correctly? When it aks for EIN to file I use the EIN thats supplied on the 1099 correct? I do not have a business but I am being paid as a non-employee.

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