It doesn’t matter if you’re delivering food (i.e.,, people (i.e., or whatever else you can think of (, your income tax situation will likely be very similar. You will generally pay both income tax and self-employment tax on your net business earnings. From your total delivery income you can deduct any “ordinary and necessary” business expenses you incur in the course of offering your delivery services. Here are a couple of good articles for you to check out:


Tax Tips for Uber Driver-Partners: Understanding Your Taxes

Top Tax Deductions for Delivery Drivers