Just be aware if you own your home, and take the home office deduction (which includes depreciation), the amount you deduct becomes taxable income when you sell your house.
That's a vast simplification, of course.
My health insurance costs more than my net earnings from mystery shopping. I do not have other wages/salaries but I do have other sources of income. I will check with my tax guy but I am thinking with a relatively small amt of earnings after deductions from this very part time job of mine adding in health insurance will make me in the negative most years. I don't want to set any red flags in the IRS system by doing that. Anyone out there with net fees of under a few thousands dollars taking off their health insurance on schedule C?