Does EDD know about income that is being earned before you file the 1099?
Does EDD know about income you are earning before you file the 1099 at the end of year? and do you need to report those earnings even though tax isn't taken out right now
- JudyLv 76 months ago
They usually don't know before the 1099 is issued - but you need to report it to them when you're doing the work or you're comitting fraud
- Max HooplaLv 76 months ago
Employers and people who hire independent contractors have to notify EDD within 20 days of a new hire. This is principally for child support enforcement. Income on a 1099 is not reported to EDD at all. Wages are reported to them quarterly. You don t have to do anything.
- NALv 76 months ago
Many states require 1099-misc income to be reported by the payer quarterly--to catch unemployment cheats.
- A HunchLv 76 months ago
No, EDD does not know about the earnings until tax time
Yes, you have to include this money on your weekly claim form.
Why? Because it is unemployment fraud if you don't. When you are caught you will be ineligible for receiving UI for 3-10 years, you will have to pay the money back, and depending on the severity of the fraud, you may have criminal charges.