Form 1099-Misc Filing Basics

December 20, 2015

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Contents Nonemployee compensation Independent contractor or employee Taxpayer identification numbers (TINs) Backup withholding Reporting exceptions Payment to attorneys Form of filing and deadlines Statements to recipients Corrected returns Penalties IRS Guide to Information Reporting New dates for 1099 filing Introduction In addition to wages paid to employees and reported on Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, certain nonemployee compensation must be reported to the IRS, the majority of the…

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