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What Information is Needed to E-File Form 1099-NEC?
Below is the required information to file Form 1099-NEC online:
- 1. Payer Information: Name, TIN, and Address
- 2. Recipient Information: Name, SSN/TIN, and Address
- 3. Nonemployee compensation
- 4. State Filing Information: State Income, Payer State Number, and State Tax Withheld
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Frequently Asked Questions on Form 1099-NEC
What is IRS Form 1099-NEC?
Form 1099-NEC is filed to report payments ($600 or more) made to independent contractors (or nonemployees) for their services. Earlier, nonemployee compensation was reported in Box 7 of Form 1099-MISC. Now, the IRS wants it to be reported in a
The following payments should be reported in Form 1099-NEC.
- Other forms of compensation for service
When is the deadline to file Form 1099-NEC?
For the 2021 tax year, the due date to send recipient copies is January 31, 2022. Also, the deadline to file the return with the IRS is January 31, 2022 (For both paper and
Are there any exemptions for filing Form 1099-NEC?
Yes, there are some scenarios where you don’t need to file Form 1099-NEC.
If you have paid
- C or S corporation,
- For the merchandise, telegrams, telephone, freight, storage, and similar items,
- Tax-exempt organizations,you are not required to file Form 1099-NEC.
When would you file a Form 1099-NEC?
You are required to file Form 1099-NEC if one of the following conditions met:
- You have paid someone other than your regular employee at least $600 in the calendar year.
- You paid an individual, partnership, estate, or, even, a corporation for their services. It also includes government agencies and nonprofit organizations.