When working for a food delivery service like UberEats, Skip the Dishes, or DoorDash, you’re considered self-employed. This means that in addition to filing your usual T-slips (if you receive any income elsewhere as an employee), you must report your self-employment income on Form T2125. You’ll claim your gross income from the business (including tips), deduct any expenses to calculate the net business income, and report the GST/HST paid.
As a food delivery driver, which expenses can I claim?
SOLVED•by TurboTax•20•Updated January 03, 2023
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