ACL a closer look reimbursement and pay

A 1099 only has the taxable income on it. Reimbursements for expenses required during a shop are not taxable so they are not reported to the IRS.

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@yoya301 wrote:

A 1099 only has the taxable income on it. Reimbursements for expenses required during a shop are not taxable so they are not reported to the IRS.

That does not answer the question which is a simple yes or no question. When you get your 1099 from ACL is it for the total of all the checks you have received over the year. Yes or no?
IF a company were to include reimbursed expenses on the 1099 (From Turbotax)

"Some businesses include reimbursed expenses when reporting their contractors' pay.

Generally, if these expenses were reimbursed using an accountable plan (substantiation such as receipts are provided), there is no need to include these amounts in box 7. Depending on the accounting of the business, some will still include reimbursed expenses as Nonemployee Compensation (box 7).

If you have received a 1099-MISC that has reimbursed expenses included in the amount listed in box 7, you should take a deduction for these expenses when you complete your Schedule C."
@Niner wrote:

IF a company were to include reimbursed expenses on the 1099 (From Turbotax)

"Some businesses include reimbursed expenses when reporting their contractors' pay.

Generally, if these expenses were reimbursed using an accountable plan (substantiation such as receipts are provided), there is no need to include these amounts in box 7. Depending on the accounting of the business, some will still include reimbursed expenses as Nonemployee Compensation (box 7).

If you have received a 1099-MISC that has reimbursed expenses included in the amount listed in box 7, you should take a deduction for these expenses when you complete your Schedule C."


My question which is a simple yes or no question has yet to be answered. I don't know if it is because people are a little slow or they are confused or they are evading me because they know I am laying a mine field that is most certain to blow up their beloved ACL. Again does ACL 1099 you for every cent that they pay you. Yes or no. Quit running and hiding and answer the question so we can get on with the truth!
@Sobrokeigot2dothis wrote:

@Niner wrote:

IF a company were to include reimbursed expenses on the 1099 (From Turbotax)

"Some businesses include reimbursed expenses when reporting their contractors' pay.

Generally, if these expenses were reimbursed using an accountable plan (substantiation such as receipts are provided), there is no need to include these amounts in box 7. Depending on the accounting of the business, some will still include reimbursed expenses as Nonemployee Compensation (box 7).

If you have received a 1099-MISC that has reimbursed expenses included in the amount listed in box 7, you should take a deduction for these expenses when you complete your Schedule C."


My question which is a simple yes or no question has yet to be answered. I don't know if it is because people are a little slow or they are confused or they are evading me because they know I am laying a mine field that is most certain to blow up their beloved ACL. Again does ACL 1099 you for every cent that they pay you. Yes or no. Quit running and hiding and answer the question so we can get on with the truth!

Nobody is hiding. This is the tax law in the United States. I actually found the relevant tax law for you to see. Whether you agree with these policies is something altogether different, which I am not here to debate. I'm not slow by the way, I am a lawyer with three graduate degrees and teach physics and calculus. The only part of me that's slow is the part that feels the need to reply and indulge your baseless arguments.
ACL shops are really easy. I think you have to better prepare yourself next time. If ACL wanted that many pics, take them. It's not your concern that you get exposed as a shopper. They put that burden on you. Just do your thing.
You will get 1099 only if your fees exceed $600. Reimbursement is not counted towards the $600. That is definite. I've done many shops for them where total pay was well over $1000 per year but never got the 1099 since actually "wage" earned is a pittance.
@Niner wrote:

@Sobrokeigot2dothis wrote:

@Niner wrote:

IF a company were to include reimbursed expenses on the 1099 (From Turbotax)

"Some businesses include reimbursed expenses when reporting their contractors' pay.

Generally, if these expenses were reimbursed using an accountable plan (substantiation such as receipts are provided), there is no need to include these amounts in box 7. Depending on the accounting of the business, some will still include reimbursed expenses as Nonemployee Compensation (box 7).

If you have received a 1099-MISC that has reimbursed expenses included in the amount listed in box 7, you should take a deduction for these expenses when you complete your Schedule C."


My question which is a simple yes or no question has yet to be answered. I don't know if it is because people are a little slow or they are confused or they are evading me because they know I am laying a mine field that is most certain to blow up their beloved ACL. Again does ACL 1099 you for every cent that they pay you. Yes or no. Quit running and hiding and answer the question so we can get on with the truth!

Nobody is hiding. This is the tax law in the United States. I actually found the relevant tax law for you to see. Whether you agree with these policies is something altogether different, which I am not here to debate. I'm not slow by the way, I am a lawyer with three graduate degrees and teach physics and calculus. The only part of me that's slow is the part that feels the need to reply and indulge your baseless arguments.

You are a lawyer so you know very well that you are evading the question. We do not need any basic tax lessons from you or Donald Trump! LOL. All we need to know is a simple yes or no answer. Does ACL 1099 you for every cent that they pay you. Nobody is asking how to write it off your taxes or if you do or dont! Answer the question counselor yes or no!

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/15/2019 02:36AM by Sobrokeigot2dothis.
I will answer for you. My answer is no. This is based on my own experience and not on a confirmation in any way from ACL or their tax accountants.
@Sobrokeigot2dothis wrote:

@Niner wrote:

@Sobrokeigot2dothis wrote:

@Niner wrote:

IF a company were to include reimbursed expenses on the 1099 (From Turbotax)

"Some businesses include reimbursed expenses when reporting their contractors' pay.

Generally, if these expenses were reimbursed using an accountable plan (substantiation such as receipts are provided), there is no need to include these amounts in box 7. Depending on the accounting of the business, some will still include reimbursed expenses as Nonemployee Compensation (box 7).

If you have received a 1099-MISC that has reimbursed expenses included in the amount listed in box 7, you should take a deduction for these expenses when you complete your Schedule C."


My question which is a simple yes or no question has yet to be answered. I don't know if it is because people are a little slow or they are confused or they are evading me because they know I am laying a mine field that is most certain to blow up their beloved ACL. Again does ACL 1099 you for every cent that they pay you. Yes or no. Quit running and hiding and answer the question so we can get on with the truth!

Nobody is hiding. This is the tax law in the United States. I actually found the relevant tax law for you to see. Whether you agree with these policies is something altogether different, which I am not here to debate. I'm not slow by the way, I am a lawyer with three graduate degrees and teach physics and calculus. The only part of me that's slow is the part that feels the need to reply and indulge your baseless arguments.

You are a lawyer so you know very well that you are evading the question. We do not need any basic tax lessons from you or Donald Trump! LOL. All we need to know is a simple yes or no answer. Does ACL 1099 you for every cent that they pay you. Nobody is asking how to write it off your taxes or if you do or dont! Answer the question counselor yes or no!

ACL reports what is legally expected to be included in a 1099 form.
Ah. A conspiracy theory is afoot. Does ACL purposely pay low fees so they do not have to pay someone to issue 1099's for them. That must save them big bucks. Only a small percentage of their shoppers probably can earn enough in fees to generate one. They can probably have someone do them by hand for those of us who are not lifestyle shoppers. And they can send that employee out to get a free meal with a dinner job/report instead of paying them to do the few 1099's they have.
@Sobrokeigot2dothis wrote:

My question which is a simple yes or no question has yet to be answered.

They do not include reimbursements on their 1099's.

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@sandyf wrote:

I will answer for you. My answer is no. This is based on my own experience and not on a confirmation in any way from ACL or their tax accountants.

Same here. I don't book a lot of fees with ACL but normally have enough reimbursements to go well over $600 and have never received a 1099 from them.

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@bgriffin wrote:

@sandyf wrote:

I will answer for you. My answer is no. This is based on my own experience and not on a confirmation in any way from ACL or their tax accountants.

Same here. I don't book a lot of fees with ACL but normally have enough reimbursements to go well over $600 and have never received a 1099 from them.

Yes that is how I came to the same conclusion but decided not to write that as sobroke did not want an essay. If so broke keeps track of his/her expenses and fees it should be pretty easy to figure this out. It does not really matter in any case as someone treating this as a proper business will have the proof in case the irs ever questions them.
I actually report the full amount they pay and then take a business expense for the reimbursement amount anyway. I do this because all of my MS money is deposited in the same business bank account and in the case of an audit I would like for the total deposits for the year match what I reported as total payments received on my taxes. It just makes it easier and I have less things to explain.

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At the moment only demons come to mind
Sobroke has left the building, from what I hear.

Based in MD, near DC
Shopping from the Carolinas to New York
Have video cam; will travel

Poor customer service? Don't get mad; get video.
Apparently not.

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At the moment only demons come to mind
"ExPret" has departed. SoBroke is still around.

Hard work builds character and homework is good for your soul.
Oy vey ! Cannot imagine how I could mix those 2 up; can you ?

Based in MD, near DC
Shopping from the Carolinas to New York
Have video cam; will travel

Poor customer service? Don't get mad; get video.
Perhaps you should use more turmeric? winking smiley

There are reasons that a body stays in motion
At the moment only demons come to mind
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