Form 1099 - Who Must File?
IRS Form 1099 is an annual information tax return that is filed if an entity or a person other than your employer pays you money. The payer sends you and the IRS its copies. The form includes your Social Security number (SSN) or taxpayer identification number (TIN) for the IRS to track that you’ve received money and whether or not you've reported that income on your tax return.
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What must you comply with while paying and IRS reporting on Independent Contractors? What are IRS CP-2100 (B-Notices) and how to avoid them? If your vendor claims exemption; must you obtain a W-9 anyway? How does W-9 documentation affect 1099 reporting? What does it have to do with an independent contractor? How to keep your company compliant with the IRS?
What are the best practices you need to consider? How can you minimize the risk of improper exemption claims by your vendors? How to avoid the onerous penalties for noncompliance and build the best defense against the 972-CG Notice of Proposed Penalty Letter? How to ensure your records will stand the scrutiny of an IRS 3rd Party Documentation and Reporting audit?
Join us on Clatid to get answers to these and reduce your risk of IRS huge penalties.
All the Perks of Attending This Training
-How can you effectively set up an independent contractor in your vendor payment system to ensure compliance with the IRS reporting rules?
-What are the protocols for setting up new vendors (ICs)?
-When to require a Form W-9 and how to test the accuracy of the W-9 information with the IRS’s records – FOR FREE?
-How does who and what you pay determine whether you must report (1099 reporting)?
-What forms to use to document your independent contractor as reportable or non-reportable?
-Required governmental reporting on ICs
-Form 1099-NEC – for 2021 - How to address Non-Employee Compensation?
-Form 1099-MISC – Who is it for, what's its proper use and how can you classify diverse payments on this form?
-Form 1099 and all its variants
-Now the government wants to remove the exemptions – how does it affect you?
-Best practices for filing 1099s with the IRS – TIP: never file early!
Form 1099-NEC & Form 1099-MISC - Who's Required to File?
In the current tax year, if you have served as an independent contractor, freelancer, or have provided your services as a non-employee of a third-party business, and if the amount paid to you exceeds a certain limit, you will receive a 1099-NEC form.
Form 1099-MISC is used to report payments non-subjected to self-employment taxes.
Are You Required to File Form 1099 or Other Information Return?
With Form 1099 having so many variant forms by the IRS for different filing purposes, it's confusing to decide what and when to report through which form. What incomes from what sources should be considered while filing? What if your services were provided to individuals, estates, trusts, trades or businesses? What's the deadline for your information return?
IRS and Your Tax Life
The IRS has struggled for years to clear up the misconceptions and confusions that the independent contractors, tax collection and their relationship brings. In assessing opportunities to close the tax gap (taxes due but not reported or paid), one of the greatest opportunities comes from expanding the information reporting on taxpayers by payers – the 1099. This time-consuming reporting obligation can be streamlined in a number of ways. Join us to learn about each of them and much more.
-This Program, ID No. 574958, has been approved for 1.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™, and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute®? (HRCI®).
-This program is valid for 1.5 PDCs for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. For more information about certification or recertification, please portal.shrm.org.
Who Must Join?
-Information Reporting Officers
-AICPA, CGMA, IOMA, TAPN
Target Companies and Associations – (Please Mention If Any )
-All types of entities including For Profit, Not for Profit, Government (Federal and State) – everyone who hires an independent contractor has reporting obligations
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