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Yes, you can include income on your tax return without a 1099 or W-2 form
If $600 is all you received (you are not self employed) put the amount on line 21 of your tax return
It's good practice to include income on your tax return, even if that income is not reported to the IRS
If you are self employed, include the amount in your gross receipts on your schedule C.
If you are not self employed, as I said before, simply place the amount on line 21 of your tax return.
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Thank you. I am not self-emp. Have I put a company name, which paid me?
You do not need to put a company name down on your tax return. Simply placing the amount on line 21 will suffice.
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There is form 4852. Is this for my case?
No, form 4852 is not for your case. This is for when you lose a W-2 that was issued and can't get a copy
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