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Tax summary

Terms and definitions

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.

  1. Log into partners.uber.com
  2. Click on “Tax Summary”
  3. 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.

Tax summary

Rideshare terms and definitions

  • Gross Uber rides fares

    The gross fare equals the fare you charge to riders, including the service fee Uber charges you.

  • Split fare fee

    This fee is charged to riders on your behalf when they split their fare using the Uber app. The fee is paid to you by the rider but is then charged to you by Uber.

  • Airport fee

    Airport fees may be charged for trips to or from an airport. Airport fees are added to your trip fare and paid to you by the rider.

  • Booking fee

    The booking fee is charged to riders on your behalf and is paid to you by the rider. An equal amount is then charged to you by Uber as a fee.

  • Miscellaneous in the “Fare Breakdown” section

    These amounts are paid to you for miscellaneous reasons, like cleaning fees or lost item fees. They’re added to the trip fare on your behalf and then paid to you.

  • City fee

    City fees may be charged to riders on your behalf and are paid to you by the rider. An equal amount is then charged to you by Uber as a fee.

  • Tolls

    Tolls are added to your trip fare on your behalf. The amounts are paid to you by riders.

  • Referral / Incentives

    Examples of these payments include Referrals, Boosts or other promotions that partners may receive from time to time.

  • Miscellaneous (in the “Other Income Breakdown” section)

    These amounts are paid to you by Uber for miscellaneous one-time payments.

  • Uber rides service fee

    The service fee is the percentage-based fee that is charged to you by Uber for lead generation services and is calculated on gross Uber rides fares. If you also deliver with Uber Eats, the Uber Eats service fee will also be included here.

  • Other charges from Uber

    These charges may include items such as the Booking fee and split-fare fee, which are paid to you by the rider but then charged to you by Uber.

  • Charges from 3rd parties (Tolls / Airports / Government)

    These charges may include items such as tolls and airport fees. These are generally payable by you upfront on riders’ behalf and then riders reimburse you. You receive these amounts from riders as part of your payment statement.

  • On-trip mileage

    The number of kilometres driven during your trips with the Uber app. This information only includes the kilometers from pickup to drop-off of your riders.

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