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Technically trips originated in NJ are businesses in NJ state. Uber pays us with NJ rates and they don't take NYS sales tax and black car funds from the fare. If we do NJ point to point trips we are making money in another state and so we are supposed to report it and pay taxes to NJ state. Is this correct or wrong? If we are supposed to pay taxes to NJ state how do we know how much money we made there if Uber only sends one 1099 form and doesn't separate businesses made in NY and NJ? What do you guys think about it?
 

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Technically trips originated in NJ are businesses in NJ state. Uber pays us with NJ rates and they don't take NYS sales tax and black car funds from the fare. If we do NJ point to point trips we are making money in another state and so we are supposed to report it and pay taxes to NJ state. Is this correct or wrong? If we are supposed to pay taxes to NJ state how do we know how much money we made there if Uber only sends one 1099 form and doesn't separate businesses made in NY and NJ? What do you guys think about it?
Try not to think about it. You are opening up a can of worms.
 

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Yep, I made a whooping $25 in NJ (not realizing the pay structure there at first and legality of doing business), let me hire an accountant now to file in Jersey...what a joke.
 
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