The IRS Is Coming for Your Venmo Income

Entrepreneur and small-business owners should prepare as digital payments are going to start facing more scrutiny by the IRS. According to Bloomberg, payments from Venmo, PayPal, EBay, and AirBnB are going to have to be disclosed on a 1099-K tax form.


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