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    Informatie over nieuwe regels van de IRS die mogelijk van invloed zijn op je belastingaangifte voor 2022.
    Door Airbnb op 24 feb. 2021
    4 min. leestijd
    Bijgewerkt op 3 nov. 2021

    Samenvatting

    • New IRS reporting rules in the U.S. could affect your 2022 tax filing

    • Provide your taxpayer info to Airbnb by December 1, 2021, to avoid having tax withheld or payouts blocked

    • Learn more about tax forms, potential deductions, and filing

    We’d like to call your attention to some important changes to IRS rules that could affect your 2022 tax filing. The bottom line? It’s essential that you provide taxpayer information for yourself and anyone else who receives payouts associated with your Airbnb account by December 1, 2021. This will ensure you receive correct tax forms from us and are able to properly report your earnings in the future.

    Providing your taxpayer info to Airbnb

    Up until now, we have only issued 1099 forms to Hosts who had earnings of over $20,000 per year and 200 bookings or actions. Starting January 1, 2022, the American Rescue Plan Act will require Airbnb to issue a 1099 form for all Hosts with annual earnings of $600 or more.

    To ensure we send you a valid tax form, we need you to provide your taxpayer information.  You can easily do this by using a form within your Host account, which should only take a few minutes to complete.

    If we don’t have taxpayer info on file for you by December 1, 2021, we’ll need to withhold up to 30% income tax from your payouts for any existing or future reservations with check-in dates on or after January 1, 2022, or in some instances may block payouts until you provide the required taxpayer information.

    Using a 1099 to report your income

    One of the tax documents many Hosts ask about is Form 1099-K, which is used to report certain payment transactions, such as sharing a space on Airbnb, to the IRS.

    It’s important for you to provide your taxpayer info so we can issue your 1099-K correctly. Without the right information on the form, your tax filing may be inaccurate, and it may be difficult for you to reclaim tax withholdings.

    Whether you receive a Form 1099-K from Airbnb depends on a few factors. Airbnb will send you a Form 1099-K for 2021 if all of the below apply:

    • You’re a U.S. citizen, U.S. resident alien, or operating as an entity organized in the U.S. or under the laws of the U.S.
    • Your gross earnings from January 1 to December 31, 2021, exceed $20,000
    • You had 200 or more transactions during the 2021 calendar year

    Starting January 1, 2022, federal law is expanding our reporting requirements to include the earnings of significantly more Hosts. Airbnb will send you a Form 1099-K for 2022 if both of the below apply:

    • You’re a U.S. citizen, U.S. resident alien, or operating as an entity organized in the U.S. or under the laws of the U.S.
    • Your gross earnings from January 1 to December 31, 2022, exceed $600
    It’s essential to provide your taxpayer information to Airbnb so we can issue your tax documents properly. Don’t miss the December 1, 2021 deadline!

    Your Form 1099-K for the previous year is typically available in late January in your account under Payments & payouts—so you may want to pay close attention to your inbox during this time. We’ll also mail a copy to the address you provide in your taxpayer information, unless you chose electronic delivery only.

    Learn more about receiving your tax forms

    Finding your Airbnb earnings

    All transactions paid out in a calendar year are listed in your Earnings summary, including both gross and net earnings.

    • Gross earnings: Your gross earnings are the total amount earned before considering any tax withholdings or adjustments—like Airbnb service fees and reservation cancellations—that may have reduced your payouts.
    • Net earnings: Your net earnings are the gross amount of earnings received, minus Airbnb service fees and any adjustments (reservation adjustments, guest refunds, etc.).

    If you’re looking to dive a little deeper, you can filter your transactions by payout method, listing, and date in your Transaction history. You’ll also have the option to download a .csv file that can be opened by standard spreadsheet programs like Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, or Apple Numbers.

    Learn more about finding your earnings for tax purposes

    Calculating your deductions

    It’s possible that not all of your Airbnb income is taxable. As you begin the filing process, don’t forget to consider whether there are expenses that you may be able to deduct, including:

    • Your monthly rent or mortgage payment
    • Utilities, like gas, electricity, and internet used during stays
    • Property insurance
    • Repairs, like the cost to fix a broken window or leaky faucet
    • Cleaning services and supplies
    • Registration fees for educational events on property management

    Filing your taxes successfully

    We hope these resources help you navigate tax season with confidence. 

    Above all else, we encourage you to reach out to a tax advisor for support.* This is an important process with many special rules to consider, and we want all Hosts to be set for success, year after year.

    You can find more information about reporting your earnings, potential deductions, and how to access your tax forms in the Help Center.

    *Disclaimer: Tax preparation is complicated, and you should do your own diligence when receiving advice. Airbnb is not responsible for any tax or other advice provided by any outside entity.

    Samenvatting

    • New IRS reporting rules in the U.S. could affect your 2022 tax filing

    • Provide your taxpayer info to Airbnb by December 1, 2021, to avoid having tax withheld or payouts blocked

    • Learn more about tax forms, potential deductions, and filing

    Airbnb
    24 feb. 2021
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