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Self-Employment Tax Form - Schedule SE

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Definition: IRS form Schedule SE is used to calculate self-employment taxes for a business owner that files a Schedule C (which calculates profit or loss from a sole proprietorship), Schedule F (used by farmers) or Schedule K-1 Form 1065 (used for partnerships and joint ventures). The self-employment tax calculated on this form is entered on line 56 of your 1040. This form is also used to calculate the self-employment tax deduction from your adjusted gross income, entered on line 27 of your 1040.

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I am not a tax attorney, CPA or tax preparation specialist. The information here is meant as a general guide. For specific questions about your own taxes, please refer to IRS publications or consult a tax specialist.

Also Known As: Self-Employment Tax Form

Alternate Spellings: ScheduleSE
 

Disclaimer
I am not a tax attorney, CPA or tax preparation specialist. The information here is meant as a general guide. For specific questions about your own taxes, please refer to IRS publications or consult a tax specialist.

 

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