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What is IRS Form 1099MISC?

IRS Form 1099MISC is used to report miscellanous payments made. Example use: Payers use this form to report payments to independent contractors.

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When would you need to file a 1099MISC?

  • If you paid at least $600 in cash payments for fish purchased from someone in the business of catching fish

  • If you paid at least $600 in services performed by someone who is not your employee, but a contractor, a vendor, an individual, a partnership, an estate, or an attorney

  • For more, Visit www.irs.gov

Important dates

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Filing Type Due Date
Recipient copy Jan 31, 2019
IRS Paper Filing - Box 7 Jan 31, 2019
IRS eFile - Box 7 Jan 31, 2019
IRS Paper Filing - Non Box 7 Feb 28, 2019
IRS eFile - Non Box 7 Apr 1, 2019

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