IRS: Issue Number: Tax Tip 2023-60
Small businesses play an important role in the nation’s economy. During National Small Business Week, the IRS reminds taxpayers that IRS.gov has resources and tools to help small businesses understand and meet their tax responsibilities.
• Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center: Resources for small businesses with assets under $10 million and for taxpayers who file these forms:
o Form 1040 or 1040-SR
o Schedules C, E and F
o Form 2106
• Gig Economy Tax Center: Resources for gig workers, people who operate a digital platform marketplace and the businesses that manage their taxes. The gig economy – also called the sharing economy and access economy – is activity where people earn income providing on-demand work, services or goods often with an app or website.
• Tax Information for Businesses: Tax information, tools and resources for businesses and self-employed people.
• Employer Identification Number: Businesses can apply for an EIN in several ways including online at IRS.gov. Generally, businesses need an Employer Identification Number, also known as a Federal Tax Identification Number. The IRS uses this number to identify a business entity.
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