Tax Form Services – 1099 Outsourcing
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We offer an all-inclusive printing, mailing, and e-file services for businesses as part of our 1099 form processing service. If your company has hired self-employed or independent contractors and has paid them $600 or more, you are required to report to IRS by filing a form 1099 MISC.
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FAQ about Tax Forms
Here are resources to answer your most frequently asked questions about 1099 and W-2’s tax forms:
What is 1099?
This IRS tax form, the 1099 form, is one of a series of required documents called information returns. This means that the form is filed to notify the IRS of information of payments to independent contractors of taxable income. There are various types of 1099 forms, the correct form to use is determined by the source of the earnings and revenue. These are the different types of IRS 1099 forms: 1099-MISC for reporting income, 1099-INT for interest income, 1099-DIV for dividends and distributions from investments, 1099-C to report cancellation of debt, 1099-R for retirement account distributions and 1099-S for real estate transaction proceeds.
Who gets 1099?
You need to send a 1099-MISC from to anyone your business has paid over $10 in royalties or broker payments or $600 for services who is not an employee and other types of payments including rent, prices, and healthcare payments. Read more about the form 1099-MISC
As per the IRS, if your business made these types of payments you need to issue 1099 tax forms:
- Payments, in the course of your trade or business: (1099-MISC) (Note: It is important that you place the payment in the proper box on the form. Refer to the instructions for more information.)
- Services performed by independent contractors or others (not employees of your business) (Box 7)
Prizes and awards and certain other payments (see Instructions for Form 1099-MISC, Box 3. Other Income, for more information)
Rent (Box 1)
Royalties (Box 2)
Backup withholding or federal income tax withheld (Box 4)
Crewmembers of your fishing boat (Box 5)
To physicians, physicians’ corporation or other supplier of health and medical services
For a purchase of fish from anyone engaged in the trade or business of catching fish (Box 7)
Substitute dividends or tax exempt interest payments and you are a broker (Box 8)
Crop insurance proceeds (Box 10)
Gross proceeds of $600 or more paid to an attorney (generally, Box 7, but see instructions as Box 14 may apply)
Interest on a business debt to someone (excluding interest on an obligation issued by an individual) (1099-INT)
Dividends or other distributions to a company shareholder (1099-DIV)
Distribution from a retirement or profit plan or from an IRA or insurance contract (1099-R)
Payments to merchants or other entities in settlement of reportable payment transactions, that is, any payment card or third party network transaction (1099-K)
What form does a 1099 employee need to fill out?
In order to properly file you will need information from the W-9 form that has been completed by your independent contractor, or payee. This form is a Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification. Businesses who pay income to self-employed individuals use this form, and this form is used to report real estate transactions, mortgage interest paid, IRA contributions and cancellation of debt. Read more about the W-9 form.
What is the penalty for not issuing a 1099?
On January 1, 2016, the penalties for late filing, inaccurate or incomplete information, or failure to file forms 1099 was increased to $100 per return. American businesses are fined over $1.5 million annually for these errors. Don’t risk your business capital. Instead hire our 1099 professional services.