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How is income through K-1 used in child care credit

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My client is a delivery driver for Pepperidge Farm and receives a 1099 misc. income from which his personal expenses are deducted. He is a single parent.

My question is, how does this income get treated as earned income for child care reporting?

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Generally this goes on Schedule C and hence to SE and the 1040. I don't know how you got K-1 into the mix. Proper input with PS should give you a correct result. 


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Generally this goes on Schedule C and hence to SE and the 1040. I don't know how you got K-1 into the mix. Proper input with PS should give you a correct result. 


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1) personal expenses don't get deducting from F 1099 income.

2) there must be earned income to get child tax credit.

3) single or joint return?

edit...George has a good point; where'd K-1 come into the picture?

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