Here's how you can find out if you're going to get a 1099
When you use the Jobble platform, you pick up gigs as an independent contractor.
Jobblers Who Will Receive a Tax Form
If you earned over $600 through Jobble in 2021, you will receive a 1099-NEC, Nonemployee Compensation Form.
*You will only be able to log in if you earned over $600 through Jobble in 2021.
Jobblers Who Will Not Receive a Tax Form
If you earned less than $600 through Jobble in 2021, you will still need to report your income to the IRS but you will not get a 1099-NEC form.
How can I check how much I made?
Because you are an independent contractor when you take work through Jobble, you do not receive pay stubs. To verify how much money you made in a year, you can view the Payments tab in the Jobble app or compile the deposits made to your bank account.
It is important to only calculate earnings made for work completed in January to December of the tax reporting year. Do not calculate based off of your "Earned to Date" if you have worked through Jobble for multiple years,
How do I get my 1099-NEC form?
This year, Jobble is using the IRS authorized e-file provider OnlineFileTaxes.com to electronically distribute your 1099 form. You will receive an email from OnlineFileTaxes.comwith information on how to securely access and download your form.
How to view your earnings in the Jobble App
Open the Jobble app and click the Payments Tab.
View all of the jobs you were paid for. Only add up the jobs that occurred in 2021 when submitting your tax information.
To ensure your tax forms aren't delayed or incorrect, please ensure your Jobble Profile information is all accurate. This includes:
Your full legal name
Your email address
Your street address (don’t forget your apartment or unit number)
Your city, state and zip code
Your mobile phone number
Your current banking information