1099's and reimbursement (mostly)

I tried searching and could not find this topic. I only shop for my favorite companies nowadays and I received a notice from Goodwin that they need my info for a 1099.

Do I still claim all of the money they reimbursed me for even if it was not really income? I mean, usually they paid for a meal but I rarely made money on any of their shops... it usually just covered my expenses... including items I never wanted but were required to order (alcohol).


Thanks!

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Goodwin does not reimburse for expenses (generally), so you report the gross pay they send you on Schedule C, and then subtract the cost of the food (or whatever) as a business expense on a different line on Schedule C.

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