Enter & Verify Your Tax Information
Go to the Wallet section of the app.
Scroll down until you see Electronic W-9.
Tap on the Pencil icon in order to verify your information.
Enter (and verify) your personal information and submit.
As an independent contractor working with Nursa, you will file taxes via a 1099 tax form. This is the form you will use to report non-employment income (the income you earned as an independent contractor on the Nursa App).
When you view the pay on a shift card on the app or website, you will see your actual hourly pay without any tax deductions.
Note: Nursa does not take any taxes out of your paycheck, which means you are responsible for managing and reporting your income when you file your taxes every year.
Receiving Your 1099
1099s for 2022 will be available directly from Nursa. To receive your 1099, follow these steps:
Make sure you’ve downloaded the latest version of the app
Tap Electronic W-9 in your Nursa Wallet
Review your W-9 information and tap Sign and Confirm
Make sure to use your full legal name and social security number
Choose either an electronic 1099 or a paper copy sent by mail
Download your 1099 from your Nursa Wallet or receive it by mail
If you choose an electronic 1099, it will be available immediately in the app.
If you choose to receive it by mail, it will take additional time to be delivered to your address on file. All mailed 1099s will be postmarked by January 31. To ensure you receive your document, please make sure that your address is up-to-date in your Nursa Profile.
If You Earned Less than $600 in 2022
If you earned less than $600 in the Nursa App in 2022, you will not receive a 1099 Tax Form from Nursa this year.
However, keep in mind that all compensation you may receive through Nursa may be subject to IRS tax laws. Refer to your local state tax laws for more information on reporting income.
You can find more information about Nursa 1099 Tax Forms in our tax guide.
More information and instructions on how to file can be found at the IRS websites, linked below:
Note: The 1099 and tax year reflect the date that you were paid and not the date you worked.
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