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SCHEDULE SE Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service (99)2020Go to www.irs.gov/ScheduleSE for instructions and the latest information. Attach to Form 1040, 1040SR, or 1040NR.Name of person
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Who Fills out IRS Form 1040 Schedule SE?

The Internal Revenue Service expects taxpayers to file Schedule SE along with Form 1040 if:

  • The taxpayer received net earnings exceeding $400 from self-employment (other than church employee income);
  • The taxpayer received church employee income of $108.28 or more, other than from services performed as a minister or a member of a religious order.

What is the Purpose of Schedule SE?

Form 1040 Schedule SE aims to help taxpayers calculate the tax due on net earnings from self-employment. The Social Security Administration needs information requested on the Schedule SE form to establish the taxpayer’s social security benefits.

Is Schedule SE Accompanied by any other Forms?

The Schedule serves as an attachment to the primary tax return Form 1040 or 1040NR and must be filed together with either document.

When is Schedule SE Due?

The deadline for Schedule SE submission coincides with the primary form’s due date it accompanies: Form 1040 or 1040NR. Therefore, the due date is April 18th, 2017.

How do I Fill out Form 1040 Schedule SE?

In the first place, to properly fill out the Self-Employment Tax Form, the filer must provide their name and SSN.

The Form actually contains two options, with only one to be filed: the short form and long form. To make it easier to decide which one is appropriate, there is a flowchart representing the taxpayer’s circumstances. Depending upon whether short or long form is applicable, the filler must complete only the first or the second pages of Schedule SE.

The information requested varies, but all the fields to be written in are explained on the form itself and in the instruction.

Where do I Submit the Filled out Schedule SE?

Together with the primary tax return, form Schedule SE must be delivered to the local IRS office.

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Okay we are going to do problem ap6 from chapter 10 and this is about self-employment taxes so web mrs. singer owns a profitable sole proprietorship for each of the following cases uses schedule SC form 1040 computer 2010 self-employment tax in her income tax deduction for the tax we you have the link have create a link I'm little but also if you're looking at this outside of motor you can go to the IRS ty gov site or you just do a Google search for form a se self-employment tax and it'll give you this adobe fill in the blank form that you can save or you can print and works pretty slick so in our first case number a missus singers net profit from the schedule was fifty one thousand four hundred fifty eight dollars and she had no other earned income so in this case we can use because there is no other earned income we can use the short form so on line two we're going to enter our net profit which is fifty one or 58 and we would had any above lines which we don't have any so we stick at 51 for 58 next we need to multiply our amount times 0.9 two three five okay so that's giving us a little base deduction for our our self-employment tax so this is not a Excel form so you have to do the calculation on the side so we take 50 1004 58 times 0.9 two three five and we get 47 521 we take that amount times okay so times our 15.3% and we come out with a tax of 7-2 7-1 so that will be our self-employment tax is going to go on our schedule 10 are our 1040 form we then we get a deduction for that which is an above the line for its one-half of the self-employment tax remember that's basically pain given us a deduction for the business expense so 7,000 271 times 50% rounded up gives us three six three six so that is what our taxes are so our self-employment tax in case a 7,000 271 and our income tax deduction is three thousand 636 okay next we're going to look at Part B which says mrs. singers net profit from Schedule C was 51,000 for 58 only this time she also received a $70,000 salary from an employer so we're gonna have to use the long-scheduled so section b of form s e and works much the same so we're gonna start off first the questions in part one did not apply to us at this point so part two our profit from our business which is 51 for 58 and that's going to carry over to our next line we do the same thing that we did last time so we're going to take that times 0.92 3/5 which gives us 47 521 okay now here's where it gets a little different we want to go down here and we're going to add those two lines Part B doesn't affect us so we are at 47 521 you notice here next we go down to we're not in church employee so we skipped that part so 47 521 and it's gonna win joys of doing these forms you have there and same number multiple times but hey it's a government form okay so notice here we have 4 106 8 which is our maximum for the tax year 2010 that's the form I have right now so then on here total Social Security wages and tips so in our case here it's 70,000...