The April 15 tax deadline is almost here, and by now you should have received tax documents from any sources of income you had in 2018. But what if you never received anything from Uber or Lyft, or you can’t access your documents? RSG contributor Paula Gibbins covers what to do if you don’t receive your Uber tax documents below.
No one enjoys doing taxes, (except, perhaps, the accountants and CPAs out there). But what do you do when you don’t get the paperwork you need in order to legally file your taxes? The information should be sent to you, whether you’re an active driver or not, but I’m going to walk you through an instance that really happened to a former Uber driver this year, so you can be better equipped to handle this situation if it ever arises for you.