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and the most common form by far it is.absolutely whenever people think of a.1099 especially the let's say the.average individual the average layperson.they may not even know there are all.these other tech 99s whenever somebody.says 1099 most often this is the one.they're thinking of it's the 1099.miscellaneous for most organizations or.like I said individuals that may be the.only one they ever see for most.businesses it's probably the only one.they'll ever prepare and file after.reporting the basic demographics of the.taxpayer and we're to kind of talk a.little bit of how a lot of these forms.are structured basically all of our 1099.forms and once you get the basic layout.of demographics and ID and stuff you'll.find out that that repeats throughout.all the rest of the forms so we're going.to spend just a little bit of quick time.here so the basic demographics if you.see there's a big box it'll say you know.what is the payers name what is the.recipients name the payer is the person.that's creating it in this case and.sometimes some of the forms they may.subtly change the wording but the idea.is it's the person who's doing the.reporting is the payer so your business.that's going to create this 1099 and.that has to be you know their name their.street address their you know legal.address but you have to kind of watch.the format of that if there's too many.strange punctuation it may make that.difficult to have that form read.electronically you'll see this is the.redline form it's a computer scan form.at the IRS side the payers tax.identification number is the one who's.submitting it and the recipients tax.identification number is who is the.person who's receiving this so it's.important to make sure it can be this.the silliest error and the simplest of.error but make sure that that idea is in.the correct format and put in there.correctly and not reversed the.recipients name and this can sometimes.trip up some sometimes the businesses.that are reporting it the recipients.name if it is that it is a let's say a.business or an LLC or whatever it should.have that business name in there if it.is a individual doing business as a.business name if that's a social and the.recipient box it should have the.individuals name here so it has.match basically the name another.recipient needs to match that ID so.that's one of the checks that you can do.and this is gonna be the same across all.different 1099 this was spending just a.little bit of time mentioning that so.once we get the basic demographics down.for all forms all forms also have a void.in a corrected box we actually talked a.little bit about that as we talk about.how to make corrections in these forms.and we cover that in part three but all.this is pretty much let's say carbon.copied in a way throughout all of the.rest of the 1099 so make sure your ID.matches the name that you have the right.formatting in here then that's going to.make a lot of the biggest struggle for.most ten ending in errors a thing of the.past for you so after we report the.basic demographics you'll notice there.is something called a FATCA filing.requirement checkbox this is used if.you're a US payer reporting on a ten any.miscellaneous as part of satisfying your.requirement to report with respect to a.u.s. account for chapter four purposes.so maybe this isn't you know just I'm.gonna cover all these different little.boxes you just know what they're for you.also may notice there's a second tin.not box kind of a weird wording right.this is a use when you've been notified.by the IRS two times within three.calendar years the payee be brought in.an incorrect tax identification number.they're doing this matching it's.basically going to save the IRS from.sending you any further notices about.this account now if you think this.applies to you and you've been getting a.lot of those B notices you've got a lot.of notice as you know it's right you've.gone through the paces that's where you.want to look in the instructions that.gives you some information about what to.do about that so let's go into some of.these details now about these different.forms so box one reports rents from real.estate over six hundred dollars in box.one of the Tanami miscellaneous so that.could be real estate rentals for office.space but don't report if you're paying.a real estate agent or property manager.because they're supposed to report that.rent paid to the property owner instead.so if you're paying rent to real estate.agent or property manager you don't have.to worry about this they're going to.report that to the property owner or if.you're doing machine rentals rentals are.basically.what goes in box one with a rentals part.of a contract includes a both a machine.and an operator you're supposed to.separate those amounts so prorate the.amounts between the equipment that.you're actually renting in box 1 and the.operator in box 7 so think of maybe if.you had somebody come out and do some.dirt work and you're renting both the.machine and the guy to do the dirt work.those are two different types of things.so separate out what is the equipment.rental versus the laborer is the way to.think of that.also think about pasture or land rent.let's say you have a farmer paying for.use of grazing land that is gonna be box.one there's some of the more unusual.types of rents that I'm just gonna throw.out there you may not see these all that.often but coin-operated amusements if.least like a video pinball game or.jukeboxes pool table slot machines.gaming devices those are all considered.all within box one so there's a little.bit more meat to box one than maybe some.may realize so rinse is the is the name.of the box but a lot of those different.types of breads pasture machinery Queen.operated amusements as well as our.traditional thought processes is real.estate rentals so that's all box 1 box 2.is for royalties so royalty is let's say.from publishing to an author or an.intangible like a copyright or patent or.trade name or trademark any royalties.derived from that or oil and gas or.mineral properties of ten dollars or.more so everything else that we just.talked about has like the X $600 rule.this is one of those exceptions so oil.and gas for mineral properties gets.reported in box two if it's over ten.dollars they don't have to wait until.they reach the $600 rule however if it's.a surface royalty this is one of the.other exceptions so it's always good to.check out the bottom line from most of.these is know why you're paying.something so if it's a surface royalty.that goes up here in a box one instead.if you have an oil and gas payment for a.working interest that goes but in box 7.instead last of all any timber royalties.made under a pay as you cut contract.those are not even supposed to show up.in here at all so yeah there are timber.royalty so we may want to default to.calling it a box 2 royalty.because it's a specifically covered role.temporalities made under that page you.cut contract go instead on a 1099s.proceeds from real estate transaction so.that may not be like something you think.of right away I know that doesn't follow.the normal pattern but I just wanted to.kind of point out what some of the the.exceptions are to that box three other.income here is a variety of other items.of income most commonly this is prizes.and awards so it can include let's say.the fair market value of merchandise one.on a game show.so all these folks that win prizes on.the game show or the third market value.of that merchandise is gonna show up or.should show up in box three on a 1099.miscellaneous it could be that it's a.sweepstakes winnings now as long as.there's no wager involved now if there's.a wager involved where they had to wage.or something for that winning it would.be a form w2 G instead for gambling.earnings or income.it can also be payment received this box.three payment received by the.beneficiary of a deceased employee here.it changes that there once they that.employee passes away it's supposed to be.put on box three of a 1099 miscellaneous.taxable damages are supposed to show in.box three unless it's for back pay that.means up going the whole w2 route but.taxable damages Indian gaming profits or.a box three medical research study.payments so somebody who volunteers for.the host medical research studies any.payments derive from that go into box.three here determine termination.payments for a self-employed insurance.salesperson so there's some pretty.specific things that I'll get thrown.into box three here if you're ever.interested in my manual I have links to.all the different instructions to not.only the forms for the general.instructions so some of them are kind of.interesting where where these like.obscure things go but termination.payments to self-employed insurance.salespeople punitive damages also and.that includes some compensatory damages.for in Agrico.I have foreign agricultural workers that.are on an h-2a visa that is also.specifically covered in under box 3 and.any accounts reported under the FATCA.so there's a lot that actually gets.stuffed into here of the other income.box for now it's kind of funny for some.reason even if you don't have all of.them numbered consecutive like this for.some reason number 4 throughout all the.different 1099s ends up being our.federal income tax withheld so if you.had to do backup withholding for example.where you have to take the 24% out of a.1099 whenever you take taxes out for any.reason even it's a tiniest dollar amount.it goes here box for its foreign income.tax I mean it is federal income tax.withheld so that is going to be a.recurring theme that box for always.seems to be the box number for those box.5 if you see on our form says fishing.boat proceeds fishing boat related.income has no minimum threshold so it.doesn't matter if it is $1 all of it has.to be reported and it's generally.fishing proceeds where the organization.considers a worker to be self-employed.so it could be a share of the proceeds.from the sale of a catch or the fair.market value of a distribution and kind.to crew members if it's normally less.than 10 crew so if you're if you have.occasion where you're having to report.income from any sort of fishing activity.you definitely want to go to these.instructions and kind of read more.in-depth into what this is but if you.have a cash payment of up to $100 per.trip if it's contingent on a minimum.catch and there's additional duties if.it's traditional so there's a lot of.little nuances to this but again don't.report any amounts here that our wages.reportable on a w-2 so you don't want to.do double reporting and you don't ever.want to in casian we're reporting a w-2.and a 1099 to the same individual so you.want to look and maybe more in depth if.you think that there's fishing boat.proceeds or fishing activity that you.need to report as to how to do that.properly box 6 it says medical and.health care payments this is over $600.doesn't matter if it's corporation or.not but they at least allow the $600.threshold it could be a physician or.supplier or provider some sort of health.care services but it would also include.insurance payments and this is where.again corporations are not exempt unless.they're a tax-exempt hospital or a.facility owned by the US or state that's.one occasion where they are exempt but.it may include drugs or injections or.dentures or any other similar item if.it's included in their payment so.instead of separating those out like.before I told you if you have a rinse.and I'll say labor you're separating out.one ten a nine for rent and one for box.7 labor here it kind of doesn't matter.if it's part of the payment they don't.want you to separate it you would just.report the whole amount but if it's a.payment to a pharmacy for prescription.drugs that's one that specifically or.not to include in the medical and health.care payments box so anything over six.hundred for the most part you don't have.to worry about separating if some of it.includes other than just the labor.portion of it you put it all together.unless it's a payment to a pharmacy for.prescription drugs that's the only drugs.that are not part of it drugs to a safe.position or some other payment is okay.to be included as we look further the.most common one kind of the the.heavy-hitter the one that everybody.thinks about when they think of a 1099.is all box seven and you'll see now on a.lot of the information it's referred to.as any seen on employee compensation so.if you see little things or notations.talking about NEC that's all they're.talking about literally non employee.compensation in the name of box seven.it's the most commonly used box and the.1099 miscellaneous and we're a wide.variety of all kinds of payments appear.so non employee commissions accountant.or attorney fees so none of us escaped.that or he didn't our profession other.professionals non employee bonuses.director fees because that's actually.statutorily by law supposed to be.reported there any non employee mileage.you know you have to be careful here.because all these things I mentioning.sometimes the tendency is for an.employee to be tempted to put it on here.if they're an employee it should not be.on the 1099.but if they're not an employee that.mileage or expense amounts fish.purchases for cash so that's one of.those different sort of ones oil and gas.payments for a working interest expenses.for the use of an entertainment facility.you treat as compensation so it's the.expenses incurred for the entertainment.facility along with almost any kind of.payment that doesn't fit a category for.another box on the 1099 so it kind of.seems you know I guess the.counterintuitive because other income.you think well that's the stuff all box.almost more commonly it's the box seven.if it doesn't fit in another defined.area there are if there are any amounts.reported there in box 7 it changes the.due date so anything if it happens to be.in this box 7 the 1099 itself and the.1096 which is kind of our cover summary.page has to be furnished to the IRS by.January 31st everything in all the other.boxes you have to february 28 or even a.month later you have to March if you do.it electronic and there is a more.comprehensive list of all the different.due dates but if it is box 7 you don't.get extra time January 31st is the due.date to the IRS whether electronic.weather my paper and in the case of when.you're furnishing this to the recipient.it's always January 31st but the IRS.would give you longer if you had other.boxes instead box 8 is a substitute.payments in lieu of dividends or.interest so it's a long description.it's basically payments have at least.ten dollars received by a broker for a.customer in lieu of dividends or.tax-exempt interest as a result of a.loan on customer security as you can see.if you're not in that kind of business.most of these boxes really aren't going.to apply to you but if you are in.preparation it's good to know what.should exist in these boxes and we can.do kind of the the logic or the fact.test because having this knowledge and.being arms that we can say oh I see this.as reported here do you have you know in.this case it's ten dollars more than ten.dollars received by your broker in in.lieu of dividends because of your result.of a loan on your securities and if.they're like.no that's not then it kind of gives us.the ability to do a fact check box nine.is used when the payer makes a direct.sale of 5,000 or more for resale now.this is just a check box it has no.dollar amount and it can be used in.conjunction with amounts reported.elsewhere so let's say in conjunction.with box seven but because it was a.direct sale of five thousand or more for.resale then there would be a check box.in addition to that box ten is for.reporting crop insurance proceeds of.$600 or more paid to farmers by.insurance companies so Fox 10 is crop.insurance proceeds unless and of course.the exceptions unless the farmer.notifies the insurance company that.their expenses were capitalized under.Section 278 263 a or 447 so the informer.says wait wait I've capitalized these.and tells the insurance company then.they would not report it there box 13 is.reporting excess golden parachute.payments and 14 now this is a commonly.misunderstood box 14 gross proceeds paid.to an attorney of $600 or more generally.this is not for the attorney services.that would normally be in box 7 but.rather settlement agreements so even if.the attorney fees are paid out of that.settlement then this isn't a case let's.say there was an award and they pay it.to the attorney and the attorney takes.their portion out of it and then pays it.on to the client that would be an.appropriate use of the gross proceeds.paid to an attorney in box 14.unfortunately this box is often used.incorrectly to report just the attorney.fee fees paid in the course of a trade.or business that would be box 7 instead.attorney and accountant fees for box 7.so that's commonly misunderstood because.people just read the title and think oh.well that's where I put my attorney fees.no it's actually a box 7 and it carries.the earlier due dates this is if you.have like something more like a.settlement would be commonly where box.14 would be used instead box 15a is for.section 409a deferrals which is funny.they have it and it's been existing for.quite a few years however it says in the.instructions you don't have to complete.this box and for details see notice 2008.115 well this has been that we don't.have to complete it since 2008 they.still have it on there as an option but.it's funny that they have not removed it.ever since 15 B is reporting section.409a income and it's funny the slew the.amounts included in box 15 B are also.supposed to be included in box 7 so if.you have any of these like obscure.things the 409 a income or deferrals you.want to look more into the instructions.for some help and how to report those.and in boxes 16 through 18 is reporting.state information when necessary so if.you have a state or velocity especially.if you've had state tax withheld for any.reason you definitely want that to be on.there because like box 4 basically box.16 if you have any state taxes paid in.or withheld for one of these 1099s if.it's not reported to them they have no.way of knowing and they won't build a.credit that person's account for the.taxes paid in so it's very important.that box 4 and respectively 16 for any.state withholding is reported on there.so there's a lot to this form it's our.most common one it is I know there's a.lot of meat to that so we're gonna do.just a real quick recap within the next.two slides so the generic titles as you.look through all these different boxes.and we know even as seemingly innocent.as it is the rinse there's a lot more.meat to that royalties prizes and awards.or other there's a lot of that other.backup or other withholding fishing-boat.income medical and health care and the.most common that box 7 is non employee.compensation you'll see refer to as NEC.quite often and all these myriad of.other types of things so we have a lot.that we've covered on the tonight a.miscellaneous and that's a lot to absorb.I know so feel free to come back to.these slides and refer back to them but.for the most part that box 7 is kind of.where most of us live within the 1099.miscellaneous world but now you know.there's a lot of other things that go on.on that form.

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How many people fill out Form 1099 each year?

There are a few different ways of estimating the numbers and thinking about this question. Data from the most recent years are not available—at least not from a reliable source with rigorous methodology—but here is what I can tell you: The most popular type of 1099 is Form 1099-MISC—the form used to report non-employee income including those for self-employed independent contractors (as well as various other types of “miscellaneous” income) Since 2015, there have been just under 16 million self-employed workers (including incorporated and unincorporated contractor businesses). And the data from the BLS seems to suggest this number has been largely consistent from one year to the next: Table A-9. Selected employment indicators Now, the total number of 1099-MISC forms has been inching up each year—along with W-2 form filings—and may have surpassed 100 million filing forms. RE: Evaluating the Growth of the 1099 Workforce But this data only goes to 2014 because, again, it’s hard to find reliable data from recent tax years. In terms of the total number of Form 1099s, you’d have to include Interest and Dividend 1099 forms, real estate and rental income, health and education savings accounts, retirement accounts, etc. I’m sure the total number of all 1099 forms surely ranges in the hundreds of millions. Finally, not everybody who is supposed to get a 1099 form gets one. So if you’re asking about the total number of freelancers, the estimates range from about 7.6 million people who primarily rely on self-employed 1099 income and 53 million people who have some type of supplemental income. If you’re someone who’s responsible for filing Form 1099s to the IRS and payee/recipients, I recommend Advanced Micro Solutions for most small-to-medium accounting service needs. It’s basic but very intuitive and cheap. $79 1099 Software Filer & W2 Software for Small Businesses

How do you know if you need to fill out a 1099 form?

It can also be that he used the wrong form and will still be deducting taxes as he should be. Using the wrong form and doing the right thing isnt exactly a federal offense

Do I have to fill out a 1099 tax form for my savings account interest?

You receive 1099-INTs FROM banks and financial institutions for interest they paid you. The info on the 1099s are used by you or your tax advisor. Please learn your tax responsibilities or take your tax info to a good tax advisor.

Why don't the IRS make 1099 forms available online to print out?

I found the following: https://www.irs.gov/uac/about-form-1099misc, which has links to pdf versions of the form. What am I missing? If you're asking why the IRS doesn't supply the completed 1099, it's because the employer, business or bank fills it out, not the IRS.

Can I use broker statements to fill out form 8949 instead of a 1099-B?

You can but it would be wise to wait. Your broker will be sending a copy of the 1099-B that they send to you to the IRS also. The IRS will be checking to make sure your reported numbers match up with your brokers. If you make a mistake and have to file an amended return this could end up costing you additional filing fees depending on how you are having your return prepared. We typically advise clients to wait. We’ll use broker statements if there is a legitimate issue getting the broker to send the 1099-B.

How is the form 1099-B from Nadex filed to the IRS?

The issuer of a 1099 is responsible for submitting it to the IRS. This can generally be done electronically. See Filing Information Returns Electronically (FIRE) Usually the recipient of 1099 is not responsible for submitting the 1099 to the IRS (unless it is a 1099 R showing taxes withheld). S/he simply reports the income on his/her tax return.

How can I fill out an IRS form 8379?

Your question makes no sense. The form and instructions are a free download from the IRS website. See Forms and Pubs Index Search Are you really asking about Innocent Spouse Relief? The IRS says- “Don’t file Form 8379 if you are claiming innocent spouse relief. Instead, file Form 8857.”

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