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You will find useful information on how winnings from DFS are handled.  You will also learn about what the differences are between Amateur DFS participants and Professionals and how that affects your taxes.  I will keep a Blog on Tax Updates along with other issues related to DFS.  I want to make this about more than just taxes!  Maximizing your earnings comes from a combination of in depth analysis, taxes, and just plain old gut instincts!  Players change constantly.  Injuries will always happen in sports.  Some kid who no one ever heard of can emerge to be a stud in a flash.  Some stars can fall from grace.

Why Hire a Daily Fantasy Sports Tax Professional?

Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) and following athletes can be fun, but like me, you’re doing it for the money!  Let’s not kid ourselves.  The Daily Fantasy websites take an average 10% rake from all activities.  Uncle Sam and your localities can be a lot worse!  And yes, all the sites like FanDuel and DraftKings issue Form 1099s on your annual winnings.  That means IRS knows what you made because the DFS sites reported the amount to them.  It also means you have to know how to handle the transactions.

How often you play and how you structure your activities can have HUGE tax implications.  Just throwing the amount from the Form 1099-MISC on the 1040 may not be enough, or worse could trigger an audit.  Many Accountants, including CPAs, do not know how to handle 1099-MISC Forms from sites like FanDuel and DraftKings.  The few who attempt to make sense of it often get it wrong and act like Daily Fantasy Sports is a foreign concept to them.  Classic DIY or Do It Yourself tax software such as HR Block and TurboTax is DEFINITELY not in tune with how to handle taxes of daily fantasy winnings.


Everything you do in DFS is a science.  Knowing the injuries, starters, splits, salary caps and values, DFS opponents is crucial.  Does that running back you want to put in have a “timeshare”?  That can kill you if you don’t know that information in fantasy football.  You get this information from an array of websites and “experts” each with different opinions.  And many of these so-called “experts” can mess you up badly if you put too much faith in them.  My advice is to compile your own analysis.  Paying the least amount of taxes while maximizing your earnings is an integral part of that science.  Daily Fantasy Taxes is here to help!


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