As a clinician user on the Nursa App, Nursa and the IRS considers you a 1099 independent contractor. This means that you should track your income and document your expenses because the IRS requires you to file taxes on your Nursa earnings each year.
We know filing taxes can be confusing, so here is some basic information and resources to help you navigate the process. Nursa cannot offer tax advice; if you have specific questions, need tax advice, or are unsure about your unique tax situation, we recommend reaching out to a tax professional. The information contained in this guide shall not be considered tax advice.
For gig-economy tax information, visit here: www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/manage-taxes-for-your-gig-work
2022 1099-NEC Tax forms: Do I receive them?
Due to new tax regulations from the IRS, all clinicians that earned more than $600 in processed payments in 2022 will receive a Form 1099-NEC.
Things to know about 1099-NEC
The 1099-NEC form that is sent to the clinicians is also sent to the IRS
When and where do I receive my 2022 1099 tax form?
By January 31st, 2023 your 1099 tax form will be ready to view in the Nursa App Wallet. Instructions here. You will first need to opt-in to e-delivery, or choose mail delivery within the app. If your 1099 is being mailed to you, it will be postmarked by January 31st 2023.
What do I need to do to ensure I get my 2022 1099?
You will need to go to your Nursa Wallet and verify your W-9 information. Here are instructions on how to find your W-9. Previous years 1099 forms will be available in the app for download as well.
Q: Who receives tax forms from Nursa?
A: Clinicians that earned more than $600 in processed payments on the Nursa Platform in 2022 and the IRS.
Q: I received an email needing to create a Stripe account, do I still need to?
A: No, we have improved the process so that you will receive your 2022 1099 through the app. You will just need to confirm your W9 information and opt into e-delivery or mail delivery in the Nursa Wallet.
Q: How can I see the exact amount I made with Nursa in 2022?
A: While there is no running total, you can access your payment paystubs from 2022 in the app. If you made less than $600 in 2022 you can also complete this request form.
Q: What if I made less than $600 in 2022 through Nursa?
A: You will not be receiving a 1099 form from Nursa be the end of January 2023. Refer to your local state tax laws for more information on reporting income.
Q: If I worked before Dec 31, 2022 but won’t get paid until Jan 1, 2023 or later, will that count towards my 2022 taxes?
A: The 1099 and tax year reflect the date you were PAID and not the date you worked a shift. If you were paid on Jan 1, 2023 or after, it will be included in your 2023 1099.
Q: How will I receive my tax form?
A: You will either receive the form via e-delivery in the app or through the mail. You will need to opt into e-delivery by going to the Nursa Wallet and verifying your information and selecting that you opt-in to e-delivery.
Q: What if I have been banned from the app and can no longer log in?
A: If you no longer have access to the app and are unable to consent to e-delivery or hard copy, you will be receiving a hard copy with the address we have on file. Feel free to contact support to update the mailing address.
Q: Does Nursa withhold taxes from my pay?
A: No. When you view shift cards on Nursa and your Nursa paystubs, you see your hourly and total pay without any tax deductions. As an independent contractor, you’re responsible for filing any taxes relevant to your situation and state.
Q: I need a 1099 from a previous year (before 2022). How do I get it?
A: When you verify your W-9 information and finish, you will be able to access 2022 and previous years 1099 within the Nursa App.
Q: I have another question, who can I ask?
A: For reasons related to your specific tax situation, please contact a tax professional as Nursa cannot provide tax advice. For general questions and troubleshooting, take a look at our Community Articles or get in touch with Nursa Support.
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