The total on your 1099 will not match the total deposits in your bank account. This is because the total amount deposited to you is your net earnings (your gross fares less all fees paid to Uber.) In comparison, the 1099-K includes all payments for third-party transactions (in this case, from riders to partners). These payments are calculated from gross fares, tolls, sales tax, city fees, airport fees, Split Fare fees, and Booking Fees. Please visit your Tax Summary on your partner dashboard to see a breakdown of your specific 1099-K items.
We recommend contacting an independent tax professional for any tax questions you may have, as Uber does not provide tax advice. You may also want to review the IRS Sharing Economy Tax Center page linked below or other tax sites such as Intuit.