This is my first time self-employment tax report. So, I am searching how and where I can file my forms. Still, I am not sure what kind of forms I need to file. My business type is LLC partnership. My wife and myself are running this business.
As I know so far, there are forms schedule SE, K-1, and C. Is this correct?
Also, I am not sure where I can file these forms to? Online or mailing?
Lastly, can I file form 1065 US return of partnership income altogether?
So glad to have you as a part of the Intuit Family, @kingslodg.
Managing a business is busy enough without the tax filling aspect involved. QuickBooks is designed to make accounting and tax filling faster and easier. I’d be delighted to share some information on how tax filling works in QuickBooks Self-Employed.
For starters, QuickBooks Self-Employed is an online solution for the self-employed individual to manage and categorize your self-employed business finances through an online account. Each QuickBooks Self-Employed account can only be used to support one self-employed individual or self-employed business and can only generate one Schedule C when filing the annual tax return (1040).
In addition to categorizing your transactions, you’ll also need to tell QuickBooks what your tax situation is by filling out the Tax Profile. Do you have W2 income or any other income? If you’re filling your taxes jointly with your spouse, make sure to enter her information in the Tax Profile setting. The Tax Profile (located from the gear icon) helps us calculate your taxes based on your tax bracket.