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Businesses that are required by the IRS to report with Form 1099-NEC in a tax year
If you agree with the following, you must eFile Form 1099-NEC with the IRS
According to the IRS, business taxpayers are required to file Form 1099-NEC on or by January 31, 2024. Both eFiles and paper files must be submitted on or by this due date to avoid late filing penalties.
Here’s the filing cycle schedule for Form 1099-NEC
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The Combined Federal State Filing (CFSF) program allows a part of your federal eFile to be transmitted to the state at no extra cost.
Non-participating states must receive a direct file.
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The IRS assesses late filing penalties when taxpayers delay filing their tax returns. These penalties are further fuelled with interest and notices, taking away your peace of mind.
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Do I need to eFile Form 1099-NEC?
If you’re a business or a self-employed individual compensating a non-employed party in exchange for their services and the total amount paid is $600 or greater, then you must eFile Form 1099-NEC.
How to obtain independent contractor TIN details to report on 1099-NEC?
The IRS requires taxpayers to report the vendor tax details, such as the Name and TIN in Form 1099-NEC. If you’re reporting payments made to independent contractors or freelancers, then you must furnish the TIN information of the vendor as well. To obtain the TIN details from the vendor, you can send out a W-9 Form and validate the TIN with IRS TIN Matching prior to filing.
What are the late filing penalties for 1099-NEC?
The IRS assess late filing penalties on taxpayers when it doesn’t receive the tax files by the prescribed due dates. Currently, the late filing penalty is around $50 to $270. This amount will go higher if you continue to delay filing your returns. To prevent being penalized, you can eFile before the deadline. You can even schedule your eFiles to avoid missing the due date.
The IRS retains the non-employment compensation reports to validate and verify if the payer, payee, and other intermediaries involved are reporting their incomes and payments accurately. This enables business ecosystems to follow a regulatory reporting protocol and stay compliant. Further, Form 1099-NEC reporting curbs malpractices within certain industries where employees are misclassified as independent contractors.