- Pros are 1099 contract labor for one shift at a time.
- If a Pro earns more than $20,000 and works more than 200 gigs through the Gigpro marketplace during the 2022 calendar year, Gigpro will issue the Pro a 1099-K. Click to see more details for the 1099-K.
- If a Pro earns more than $600 from Gigpro through referrals or other promotional programs, Gigpro will issue the Pro a 1099-NEC. Click to see more details on the 1099-NEC.
- Everlance is a great app that can help Pros track mileage and expenses and will help reduce tax liability. Some of the expenses a Pro can deduct from their tax liability include:
- Mileage travelling to and from the Gig
- Child care paid for to work the Gig
- Parking expenses during the Gig
- Uniform/Clothing/Shoe purchases for the required uniform to work the Gig(s)
- Knives purchased to work Gigs
Stripe, Gigpro's payment partner, is in charge of Pro payment accounts. To see your current amount earned for the year and all other information about the money you have made using the Gigpro platform, login to you Stripe payment account directly at dashboard.stripe.com with the email address you used to set up your payment account.