Useful tax information is available on your Tax Summaries which you can access through your partner dashboard. We want to help you understand and meet your tax obligations, but it’s important to note that Uber is unable to provide tax advice.
Where to find your tax information
You can find tax information on your Uber profile—we’ll provide you with a monthly and annual Tax Summary. Your annual Tax Summary should be available on July 7.
- Log into partners.uber.com
- Click on “Tax Summary”
- Select the relevant statement
Your Tax Summary document includes helpful information such as:
- Your total earnings (gross fares)
- Potential business expenses (service fee, booking fee, mileage etc.)
Remember that the information provided is designed to assist with your tax management, and is specific only to your activities as an Uber partner. However, if ever in doubt, please consult a tax professional.
Rideshare terms and definitions
- Gross Uber rides fares
- Split fare fee
- Airport fee
- Booking fee
- Miscellaneous in the “Fare Breakdown” section
- City fee
- Referral / Incentives
- Miscellaneous (in the “Other Income Breakdown” section)
- Uber rides service fee
- Other charges from Uber
Charges from 3rd parties (Tolls / Airports / Government)
- On-trip mileage
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