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1099-G taxable grant from NYS

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First time I've run into this and have two questions:

1.  Is it self employment taxable [I believe it is] as it is received for providing energy audits and solutions for customers?

2.  If it is self-employment taxable, how to I get the 1099-G, with the amount on line 6 to flow to the Schedule C?

Any help would be appreciated.

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Thank you - I try to enter all 1099s but if that solves my problem then I will do that.

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1.  Yes

2.  You can just enter a total in schedule C, you don't need to enter individual 1099s.

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Thank you - I try to enter all 1099s but if that solves my problem then I will do that.

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ex-AllStar, ex-Lutefisk taste taster, ex-ACME product tester
and ex marks the spot where those rocks and anvils hit me.
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Level 15

If you look at the 1099g worksheet, its got a way to double click to link to Sch C.

1099gseincome.png


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Tried that - it is only pertaining to box 2, doesn't apply to box 6

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