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How does IRS help gather evidence?
If you do not have a copy of the Form 1040, Schedule SE, Schedule C, or Schedule F and we need the form(s) to establish the amount of self-employment income, we may ask IRS to furnish the information in its files. Normally, we request the information from IRS. If IRS cannot find the return but you know one was filed, you may complete and sign a written request asking IRS to furnish a statement of the amount of self-employment income for the year in question. You must give IRS complete identifying information, place of filing, etc. so that they can find your tax return.
Last Revised: March, 2001
- What are the reporting requirements for self-employed people?
- Special Rules for Cash Tips After 1965
- The Annual Report Form
- What constitutes evidence of support?
- What tax return forms do employers use?
- Evidence Required for Payee Selection
- Earnings Information Available from Social Security Records
- What is the New Initial Determination Process?
- Evidence Needed to Change Earnings Record
- Earnings Reports Filed by Employers
- What is Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI)?
- Type of Evidence to be Submitted - General
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