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I drive part-time for Skip the Dishes. I got a warning that I need to pick a province for this. Is this considered to be a perm. business?

 
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I drive part-time for Skip the Dishes. I got a warning that I need to pick a province for this. Is this considered to be a perm. business?

Yes. Your Skip-the-Dishes income is considered to be self-employment/business income for tax purposes. You'll need to complete the Business section of your return.

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I drive part-time for Skip the Dishes. I got a warning that I need to pick a province for this. Is this considered to be a perm. business?

How do we add these income in 2019 Standard edition. I am finding to add these income and cant claim for mileage expense with this edition 

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I drive part-time for Skip the Dishes. I got a warning that I need to pick a province for this. Is this considered to be a perm. business?

To enter your mileage, using TurboTax Online, click on the “Find” icon in the blue menu and search for “self”. Select “Self-Employment” and then click the “Go” button. The EasyStep interview will eventually bring you to the “Motor Vehicle Expenses Summary” where you can add you mileage and other related information.

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