There are three steps to Uber and Lyft taxes
As a rideshare driver, you are self-employed, which means you are a small-business owner. You’ll pay self-employment taxes in addition to your regular income taxes. Learn how to maximize your driving income and file taxes correctly.
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You are eligible for tax deductions for business expenses that can reduce your taxes. Compile a list of these tax deductions with receipts and keep a mileage log so you’re prepared to file.
If you make over $400 in self-employment income, you must file. You’ll need to file Schedule C and Schedule SE with Form 1040. You’ll find your rideshare income information on your driver dashboard.