Disclaimer: This is not intended as tax or legal advice, please consult with a tax professional for further assistance.
All workers that book shifts on the Clipboard Health marketplace are independent contractors. As a result, Clipboard Health does not deduct taxes from payments it makes to workers providing services on Clipboard's marketplace. Clipboard reports the earnings as required by the IRS, but does not file any tax documents on behalf of any workers.
As a result, you may have to pay taxes when you file your annual income tax return. Additionally, you may be able to receive tax deductions on expenses incurred in connection with your work.
As an independent contractor, you are responsible for paying all applicable taxes. This page, provided by the US Internal Revenue Service, is a good place to start learning about complying with your tax obligations. You may want to consult a tax professional for additional information.
To assist you during this process Clipboard Health will mail and email you a filled Form 1099 NEC if you have been paid more than the IRS threshold of $600 USD during the relevant tax year.