I was in some movie with Arnold GainsNegger, and they got my info because whatever. I didn't realize they were going to pay me the shit extra wage. Anyway, I got a check for fucking 36.06. But I don't have any sort of tax form from them.
Do I need to file it? Can I file it from paycheck somehow, they did include deductions on the paycheck for some reason.
Also, I assume throwing away the check without cashing it and not filing isn't an option since the company is? I could care less about this trash, but I don't want to wait for them to send out the forms.
They don't have to report it because it's less than $600. I don't know why they took out deductions.
Anyway I wouldn't worry about it at all. It's not going to trigger an IRS audit, and if you were audited anyway they're not going to care about $36 of miscellaneous income that you already payed tax on. Just cash it and forget it.
478, I was just an extra, nothing special. I was going to do some role initially, but the director hated me when he met me (like livid rage, I have no clue why), so I did some background shit, asked Arnie how much he benches, and left.
Alright, thanks guys. I don't even care if I have to pay it later, its just so stupid to wait for the forms.
Btw, random whining, but it's through something called EFS Entertainment, apparently everyone uses them for film, but they can't even build a fucking website. Funny shit. It's amazing how some people stay in business and manage to make money.