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How unsold inventory has to be handled in 1099-MISC?

Scenario : Say suppose I have brought 100 inventory items for a Vendor A for $100. Now I sold half of it to my customers say B, C, D. I have half of that with me unsold. Now at the end of the ...
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Avoiding Double-Reporting Income (1099-MISC plus 1099-K)

We bill all our clients through credit cards, and the card processor sends us a form 1099-K report of all the income received. But at the same time, many clients insist on also sending us a 1099-MISC ...
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How do I log a Canadian NR4 form to my income taxes

I have stock in a Canadian company whose US branch I used to work for. They mailed me an NR4 form for my interest last year. I'm trying to fill out my tax forms this year and the advice I keep seeing ...
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Do I include small amounts of interest on my taxes if they didn't send a 1099-INT?

One of my bank accounts earned $1.50 for the entire year. Because the amount is under $10 they did not send a 1099-INT form. Is this bank policy or IRS policy? Does that $1.50 need to be reported? ...
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Can Form 1040a, Line 10 be left blank if the broker's 1099-Div shows 0?

Form 1040A, Line 10 is Capital Gain Distribution. According to the instructions, that field should be populated with box 2a of Form 1099-DIV. When I look at Form 1099-DIV, box 2a provided by my ...
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How do I properly file state income taxes for a 1099-B that has an out-of-state address?

I have a brokerage account with my old address on it from a different state (New York) than my current residence. Therefore the 1099-B and 1099-DIV were issued with the old address on it and I assume ...
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Retirement Plan Income - Distribution Amount

Last year I didn't have 401k and IRA plan. The reason was I moved to a new company. The company's policy is not to provide any retirement benefit in the first year. I wanted to buy $4000 by myself for ...
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How to file tax for the sale of stocks from form 1099B?

Last year I sold 100 shares of one of my stocks in ONE order. However, I didn't buy those shares at the same time. They were from multiple purchases at different times (around 7 times). In my 1099B ...
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Tax Form 1099 and hourly worker do i file a W-2 if my employer filed the 1099 for me?

What form do i have to file if my employer filed a 1099 and I work hourly under him - is it a W-2? Where do I pay my taxes on my hourly income - does the IRS have a payment center for the tax I pay? ...
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Do I need to file a 1099 form for contractors associated with hobby income?

Background: My wife and I are involved in community theater and have begun producing shows. We are treating the endeavor as hobby income for the purposes of tax reporting because our intent really ...
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California state taxes on Health Savings Accounts

I recently started an HSA. For federal income taxes this is a great deal because I get to contribute pre-tax and take tax-free distributions for medical expenses, or after age 65 I can take ...
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W2 vs 1099 Employee status

I've in the middle of an offer for employment. During negotiations, I've asked for more money due to distance involved (Further by far than I'd normally consider, but the pay raise I'd get is ...
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How do I estimate my taxes when I have only 1099 income?

Last year I had W-2 income and 1099 income. I made $10,000 in real estate commissions. I believe I paid $1800 last year in 1099 tax, but none of it to the best of my knowledge was penalized. I filed ...
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Reporting 1099-? (takes place of 1099-G and 1099-INT) on tax return?

After filing my return, I received the following tax form (sample). The form notes "THIS FORM TAKES THE PLACE OF FEDERAL FORMS 1099-G AND 1099-INT" but neither seems like G (unemployment) nor INT ...
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How do credit union loans and dividends vs interest work?

Since a credit union's customer own shares/stocks, then what is really happening when a credit union makes a car or home loan to a new customer? Is it shorting selling stocks at an interest rate? ...
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If I transfer brokerages for a taxable investment account, who is responsible for sending Form 1099s?

I am considering transferring brokerages for a taxable investment account. Will the new brokerage be responsible for sending me all Form 1099s for tax year 2013? Or is the old brokerage still ...
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K1 form versus 1099 form: Is the K1 required to prepare my taxes?

I did some commodity, commodity options (like SLV, GLD), ETF and ETN trading last year. I lost my K1 forms when I moved to a different state. My broker has provided me 1099 forms which also state ...
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Can a mutual fund have 1099-INT form

In my investment account, there are holdings in a mutual fund and in a money market. The 1099-DIV form of my account has the following nonzero items: Total ordinary dividends (qualified ...
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Free online U.S. tax filing service that supports stock trade capital gain/loss data import?

Is anyone aware of any services (websites or programs) that allow completely free electronic filing for US form 1040 Tax returns for 2011, that include imports of many 1099-B / Capital Gains & ...
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Graduate student stipend 1099-misc taxes seem to be coming out too high. Am I doing something wrong?

I am a graduate student and I receive a stipend that pays my living expenses, through a national fellowship that I was awarded. The fellowship never withholds taxes of any kind, and so I have been ...
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Reporting income - independent contractor, received no 1099

I have some stuff from last year that I want to report, I just don't have the information the IRS forms ask for. I know how much I made and I know what percentage to pay taxes on, but for voluntary ...
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Is it okay to issue myself a 1099 from my LLC, of which I'm the sole owner?

I own a small publishing company and occasionally publish my own books. I want to track royalty expenses on the products I've written, so my plan was to pay myself royalties, book it as a royalty ...
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1099 for settlement what about lawyer fees?

I am getting a settlement from a business over a suit but most of the settlement will go to the attorney to cover their fees incurred on contingency. If the 1099 reports the full settlement, will I ...