If you're a gig worker, the IRS is expecting you to pay federal income taxes as well as FICA and Medicare tax (called self-employment tax) on net income.
The IRS classifies gig work as "providing on-demand work, services, or goods" for additional income not related to W-2 employment.
This includes, but is not limited to, driving for a ride-share company, delivering food or groceries, selling goods on digital marketplaces, or renting out your home.
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