Questions tagged [form-1099]

For questions relating to the IRS tax form-1099. This does not include questions relating specifically to tax forms 1099-MISC or 1099-DIV, which have their own tags. This form is used to report the various types of income you may receive throughout the year other than the salary from an employer.

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Employer forgot to file 1099 for me, when do I file my taxes?

I've provided some services to USA company during 2020 as independent contractor and was waiting for a company to send the 1099-NEC form so I can file my taxes. Now the company just told me they ...
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How late could I receive a corrected 1099?

(Background: in March 2020, I received a corrected 1099 for tax year 2019 from Robinhood.) How late could a corporation like Robinhood file a corrected 1099 if they made an error? The 1099 I received ...
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Do I need to amend 2019 tax return?

Chase bank sent me 1099-MISC for $50 signup bonus when I opened a new account in 2019. I forgot to add this form while doing my taxes. This link says 1099-MISC should have at least $600. Since it is ...
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Should I have received 1099-MISC for bonus on new account opening?

I received a $100 signup bonus for opening a new account with CapitalOne Checking account in USA. I kept a low balance and received very little (less than $1) interest. They didn't send 1099-INT ...
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What are the tax implications if I share single credit card processor between my two sole proprietorships?

Can someone who has 2 sole proprietorships share a single credit card processing device to save on processing fees? What would be proper way to file taxes in such case? Basically, my concern is that ...
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How can crypto exchanges avoid sending a 1099-B?

A friend of mine is looking to trade crptocurrencies and I subsequently warned him that he'll have to keep careful track of all of his transactions throughout the year because he would have a lot of ...
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Why did I get a 1099-R (and am being taxed) for a whole life policy (for me) that my parents transferred to me?

Last year my parents 'transferred to me' what I think was a whole-life policy. They had been paying small premiums on it for years (I'm 47), said it had some cash value, and were offering to transfer ...
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my work permit expired, I have a Florida profit corporation (Inc), can I perceive income via 1099-SEC? and declare taxes?

I was working in the US as a resident and had a valid work permit. I had to travel in December 2019, then the pandemic hit, I was stuck abroad and my work permit expired. I have a Sole Proprietor ...
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How to determine if my capital gains were long or short term if I only sold a fraction of my shares?

The following is my scenario: I purchased 100 shares of stock A in November 2019, and 50 more shares of the same stock in November 2020. I sold 70 shares of stock A in December 2020 from which I made ...
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Got one check independent contract work that paid taxes for Medicare and SS. Should it still count as self-employment income?

I did independent contract-style work for two days last year that paid me $222.67. The check accounted deductions for Medicare and Social Security. I also made $195 from redemptions of gift cards and ...
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I got 1099-NEC that reports box 1 income but no state income (box 7), is this possible or an error?

My spouse did some work for Operation Bandana New Mexico last year, a nonprofit that makes face masks to donate to schools, etc. She got a 1099-NEC as expected with the income reported in box 1. ...
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Need help with wash sale loss disallowed

Just received 1099 for 2020. My wash sale loss disallowed is $47,000 & my net loss is -$770. I just want to know how much tax I'll need to pay approximately. I recently learned what the wash sale ...
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If corporations can claim loss of $600 million and a person can claim loss of only $3000 per year, then what if we operate as Corp2Corp or 1099?

It was said that Amazon was able to have $627 million claim of past loss against any gain. So if a person in US can only claim maximum of $3000 per year, then what if we all operate as a 1099 or ...
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IBKR's 1099 Forms not what I expected

I just received my 1099 Forms from Interactive Brokers, and there are a few things that do not line up: Foreign Tax Paid on 1099-DIV shows $0. I owned shares the entire year in an ETF that invests in ...
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If an LLC sends me a 1099 but I paid some of the money back to them, do I need to also send them a 1099?

My wife, "Anne", is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in mental health. This past year she left her full time job as an employee of a local hospital to join a private practice, "...
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Where to report payments made to C Corporation?

I have a single-member LLC (disregarded entity, pass-through, not elected as S or C corporation). I hired a C Corporation for a temporary project and made several payments. Question came to my mind as ...
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Why no 1099 for short term capital gains from stocks?

I bought Google, Tesla, & some other fsmous stocks for total $370 in various times in 2019, & sold all of them for total $440 in February 2020. This makes $70 profit as short term gain. I am ...
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If a broker in the US does not provide Form 1099 by its due date (January 31), what penalty do they face, and can the client be compensated?

https://www.investopedia.com/terms/f/form1099div.asp (mirror) says: Banks, investment companies, and other financial institutions are required to provide taxpayers with a 1099-DIV by Jan. 31 each ...
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Do ETFs issue their own 1099 forms?

I, this year, traded some ETFs that track US stock market indices; like SPY, QQQ, DIA. Do these ETFs issue their own 1099 forms for reporting Gains/Losses, or are those ETF transactions just reported ...
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On Form 8949, is it okay to list a long-term transaction with an apparent holding period of less than 1 year (“silent” adjustment to holding period)?

The 1099-B from my broker includes long-term transactions with "date sold" less than 1 year after "date acquired". My inference is that this is because of holding period ...
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Are all cryptocurrency exchanges and financial lending institutions required by U.S. law to provide a 1099 form to the investor?

I am currently thinking of putting up a portion of my crypto assets on a reputable cryptocurrency lending platform. I asked them if they provided a 1099-INT for the interest that I would earn on my ...
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US tax requirement for non-resident non-citizen receiving donations from US non-profit

My wife and I do volunteer charity work in a third-world country. We are not US citizens or residents, however we have recently partnered with a US-based non-profit 501(c)(3) organisation who are set ...
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Former resident alien now back to home country; Received 1099K, No need to pay US income tax?

Situation a bit complicated. Used to work in the US until June 2018. Continued to sell on eBay and Amazon and received 1099K form in 2019. Do I still have to file income tax for 2019?
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1099-OID: Where to enter in taxes?

I received a 1099-OID form from my broker for the first time and don’t know where to enter the data in my taxes. The form has a value of 1.89 in box 1, and nothing else. This data is for a total of ...
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Do you still have to report to the IRS if you sold no stock, and your total dividends for the year were less than $0.05?

If you own stock, but did not sell any in the previous year, and your dividends for the year totaled less than $0.05, do you still have to report any of it to the IRS?
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How to declare Cash Liquidation Distribution considering the Cost Basis?

I've been accumulating RSU and Compensation via stock (against my better judgment, but that's another topic) Now the company liquidated. e-trade documentation for 1099-div shows that i received money ...
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Must I file Form 1099-INT for interest on a business loan from an individual?

The 2020 Instructions for Forms 1099-INT and 1099-OID says that "you are not required to file Form 1099-INT for interest on an obligation issued by an individual", but I don't understand what they ...
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Is it usual for a payer's CPA to ask (demand) that I verify amounts on the 1099 he just issued me?

I do $4000 to $5000 worth of consulting work annually for a small 503(c) non-profit. They sent me my yearly 1099-MISC last week. A few days after I received it, the CPA that handles their books ...
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1099 and W2 income in same year. Does it make sense to open LLC/S-corp?

Next year (starting from January 1st) I am planing to work for company "A" as self-employer (software developer/consulting) for 3 month. After that I am planing to work as full time employee (W2) for ...
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Who reports the dividend for ACTS transfer, Outgoing or Incoming brokerage?

When a taxable brokerage account is transferred from one broker to another and as the old broker receives( and in turn forward to new broker) the dividend after the transfer as Dividend pay date is ...
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How should I report cleaning expenses on airbnb

I am trying to file my U.S. joint tax return for year 2018 and I have a question. My wife was running an Airbnb rental business for which the 1099 was reported to the IRS by Airbnb in the amount of ...
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How is a plumber different than a landscaper as far as requiring a 1099?

I have read blogs that claim I need to file a 1099 if I hire a gardener to mow my lawn or a snow plow guy to do my driveway and pay them more than $600 per year, even if that contractor has lots of ...
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Am I required to issue tax forms for the users of my website (on which they can earn money)? [closed]

The website in question is a peer-to-peer platform. Users can contact each other and agree a fixed cost for a particular service. I take a percentage of the cost and the rest goes to the user who ...
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How much taxes should I be saving living in Chicago, IL?

I work under the 1099 Taxes. So I basically work as a contractor for a company in the Chicago IL area. Currently I am setting aside 20% of my bi-weekly check and saving it to pay for taxes come ...
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W4 allowances when spouse is working as contractor on 1099?

I will be starting a new job in July and I will need to fill out a W4. My spouse earns higher than me and he is an independent contractor and is on 1099. I was unsure of how many allowances to claim?...
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What, specifically, causes the necessity to revise a brokerage 1099, and why are revisions so common?

We've had two questions about revised 1099s causing the OPs' tax liabilities to change after they had filed. One of them is here; the other was a duplicate. We've had this happen to us regularly. We ...
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how to report interest paid

I, as an LLC, purchased a business from an LLC and and it holds the loan on the sale. I need to know do I have to report the interest I pay to original LLC to the IRS on a 1099 or do they have to ...
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Vanguard sent 1099 for my MLP stock sale. Am I being taxed twice when I file the K1?

I received a 1099 from Vanguard for the sale of my MLP stock. I got a K1 from the MLP. I entered both on my TaxAct program. My question is, am I being taxed twice on the stock sale?
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how long is it allowed for Brokerages to send updated 1099

One brokerage has send me an updated 1099. I am wondering by law how late these Brokerages can send the corrected/updated 1099? I think It is about Feb 20 of the calendar.
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U.S. Amending Tax - Should a 1040x be made if I forgot to include 1099-r but there is no difference in taxable income?

I was notified last year when I went to the tax office that I didn't include a 1099-r early distribution. This is the distribution in question: I am confused because the TurboTax UI shows my ...
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Broker got basis wrong on 1099B

I held some ANDV stock that got bought out by MPC. Terms of the deal were approximately 1.626 shares of MPC per ANDV share, plus $19.80 cash per ANDV share. My 1099B is showing a gain of $1,643.32 (...
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Robinhood does not provide all information necessary to fill out 1099

This year I invested money in stocks for the first time. I didn't sell anything though I received $0.26 of dividends. Robinhood sent me a consolidated 1099 which contains information about the ...
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1099-S Provided 4 Years Late, and Amount was Paid to the Mortgage Lender Instead of Home Owner

The State bought a portion of our land for highway widening, and paid the proceeds directly to our mortgage lender. Four years later, the State has sent us a 1099 for the amount paid to our mortgage ...
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1099-R: Converting nondeductibe IRA to Roth

My wife opened a Traditional IRA in late 2017, and then funded it with $5,500 after-tax (nondeductible) dollars in January 2018. We made sure to tell Vanguard that the contribution was for 2017. We ...
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Adding nondeductible 1099-R reduces refund

I'm using TurboTax to do my taxes for FY2018. I make nondeductible (after-tax) contributions to my Traditional IRA, and once the funds settle (but before investing the funds), I convert the entire ...
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HELP w-2 and 1099 during a divorce

In the middle of a divorce were we owned a company contracted with another to provide management and advisory. I was also employed as an employee for same company we contracted with. We split last ...
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With which state/s must the payer file Form 1099-MISC?

I'm the president of a C corporation that's incorporated in Delaware. The C corp is physically located in Connecticut (where I live and work). My cofounder lives & works in Colorado. So, we have ...
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Taxable State Refund (1099G) combining two returns

I just got married last year. When I fill out my 1099G (filing jointly), after I take my state tax refund from 2017 am I allowed to subtract my wife's state tax payment from 2017? Or do I simply have ...
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Does it matter if my 1099-INT lists an out-of-date home address?

My 1099-INT lists an older address. I checked my bank account, and my address is up to date, but since I moved last year, I guess they kept the old address on the form. My tax filing software lists ...
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Why is Social Security & Medicare tax higher as W2?

I was comparing how much I'd pay in Social Security as a 1099 and as a W2. As a W2 employee, my Social Security and Medicare total is $9,180 while my total as a 1099 is $8,478. Why the difference ...