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Issuing a 1099

Who gets a 1099?

In general, a Form 1099 should be filed for each person to whom an employer has paid one or more of the following:

  1. At least $600 in services, rents, prizes or awards and other income payments.
  2. At least $10 in royalties or broker payments in lieu of dividends of tax-exempt interest.
  3. Gross proceeds to an attorney.

A 1099 must be issued to an individual, LLC taxed as a sole proprietor or partnership, that you paid $600 or more to in the prior tax year in cash or checks.  A company taxed as an s-corp or c-corp would not receive a 1099.  If you paid a vendor with paypal or a credit or debit card, a 1099 is not required because they will receive a 1099K from the processing company. 

To issue a 1099, we need a copy of the individual’s form W9 (so we can identify their legal name, address and EIN / social security number) as well as the total amount that you paid them. We also need your own company contact information, name, address and EIN number.  Our fee to issue a 1099 is $20 per form.  The Deadline to submit 1099 forms is January 31st at 5 PM.  Requests received after January 27th will have a $5 late fee added to each form. 

Payment Authorization & Engagement Terms

A valid form of payment is required to be on file prior to the start of any project. To get started, please upload your payment authorization and e-sign our Engagement Terms.

Get Started with the Form 1099

Click the link below to complete the required form.

Download form W9 :

Please write your company name on top of each W9.

Dates to Remember

Jan 15

Final 2022 Estimated Tax Payment Due

Jan 31

Deadline to send out W2s to Employees

Jan 31

Deadline to e-file and send 1099s to Contractors

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