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Where do you list Hosting Fees on a schedule C? (US Tax)
dwilson

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Msg#: 3255493 posted 4:02 pm on Feb 17, 2007 (gmt 0)

I have always listed my hosting fees under "advertising" on my schedule C. But that really doesn't sound right. Does anyone have a better answer?

Thanks.

 

marcs

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Msg#: 3255493 posted 5:39 pm on Feb 17, 2007 (gmt 0)

How about "Dues and Subscriptions".

Marc

dwilson

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Msg#: 3255493 posted 10:09 pm on Feb 17, 2007 (gmt 0)

Thanks ... don't see that line this year. I guess I'll go w/ "Commissions & Fees".

percentages

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Msg#: 3255493 posted 7:11 am on Feb 19, 2007 (gmt 0)

>I have always listed my hosting fees under "advertising" on my schedule C. But that really doesn't sound right.

It sounds good to me! It is exactly the way I do it also!

I don't see why a monthly block of hosting is any different to a monthly block of newspaper or TV Ads. It is a form of advertising IMHO :)

Hosting is a cost we incur to generate new business ...... hence it is Advertsing :)

My accountant did make a case for it being equipment rental...but, I didn't much like that option!

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