Dina Scherer, a self-employed personal stylist who finds many of her clients through an online marketplace called Thumbtack and is part of the 1099, or gig economy, in New York, March 2, 2016. The so-called gig economy is reshaping the work world for many Americans. It is also reshaping tax season.
Dina Scherer, a self-employed personal stylist who finds many of her clients through an online marketplace called Thumbtack and is part of the 1099, or gig economy, in New York, March 2, 2016. The so-called gig economy is reshaping the work world for many Americans. It is also reshaping tax season. CHRISTIAN HANSEN The New York Times
Dina Scherer, a self-employed personal stylist who finds many of her clients through an online marketplace called Thumbtack and is part of the 1099, or gig economy, in New York, March 2, 2016. The so-called gig economy is reshaping the work world for many Americans. It is also reshaping tax season. CHRISTIAN HANSEN The New York Times

Tax tips for those who make money in the gig economy

March 05, 2016 04:01 PM