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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form 1065 Schedule M 3 Schedules

Instructions and Help about Form 1065 Schedule M 3 Schedules

Welcome to this video on navigating through the kitchen scene. This video aims to assist individuals who struggle with employer small business income for their tax return. The first part of the schedule focuses on the taxpayer's name and social security number. Line A pertains to the principal business or profession, including products or services offered. Line B represents the industry code, a six-digit identifier for specific business sectors in the country. Line C is for business name, which can be left blank if not applicable. Line D is for the address, which should reflect the location where the business operates. If working from home, the address will be the same as the home address, but if there is a commercial location, the commercial address should be provided. Line F concerns the accounting method, where many people opt for the cash-based method for cash-based businesses. However, the speaker prefers the accrual method as it allows for recognizing income even if it hasn't been received yet. Line G inquires about the individual's involvement in the operation of the business. For self-employed individuals and small business owners, it is crucial to select "yes" as their active participation enables them to claim deductions and expenses related to the business. Line H is for indicating whether the business was started or acquired in 2018. The speaker advises checking the appropriate in this regard. Line I asks if any payments were made in 2018, mainly for businesses that paid independent contractors for their services. These payments would require the filing of Form 1099 at the end of the year. Moving on to Part 1, line 1 focuses on gross receipts. This refers to the total income generated throughout the year. Line 2 pertains to returns and allowances, which mainly applies to businesses dealing with physical products. The difference...