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What is IRS Form 1099B?

IRS Form 1099B is used to report proceeds from broker and barter exchange transactions. Example use: Brokers use this form to report the sale of stocks on behalf of another party.

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Who receives this form?

Brokers must file or eFile IRS Form 1099-B to report sold or bought stocks, commodities, debt instruments, options, or regulated futures, foreign currency, forward, or securities futures contracts.

Additionally 1099-B reporting is used to report exchanges of property or service through a barter exchange. Brokers are those who stand ready to effect sales to be made by others in the ordinary course of a trade or business. When reporting an IRS 1099-B Form, brokers must limit transactions to one per form.

Tax form 1099-B is filed by brokers or barter exchanges. Brokers are those who are:

  • Obligors who regularly issue and retire your own debt obligations
  • Corporations that regularly redeem their own stock

In other words, brokers are those who, in the course of a business or trade, stand ready to effect any sales made by other parties. Brokers can include US or foreign persons as well as governmental units and subsidiary agencies. Brokers must file or eFile Form 1099-B for each person for whom they have sold stocks, commodities, regulated futures contracts, forward contracts, foreign currency contracts, options, debut instruments, or securities futures contracts for cash. If you’re not considered a broker, you’re not required to participate in 1099-B reporting.

Important dates

The IRS 1099-B Form is subject to the slightly different deadlines as other IRS 1099 Forms. Their deadlines are as follows

Filing Type Due Date
Recipient copy Feb 15, 2018
IRS Paper Filing Feb 28, 2018
IRS eFile Mar 31, 2018

eFile info

Electronically filed 1099-B forms are directly transmitted to the IRS from the Tax1099.com system.

IRS eFiled acceptance acknowledgment comes within 3 to 7 business days.


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