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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HSA Distribution Reversal Challenges

I had been paying out of network dental providers the full amount on day of service with my Cigna HSA debit card. Then I received checks for the part insurance covers and deposited those in my bank ...
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New small business starter here, need help with IRS 1099 info

I'm a current college student in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, who is looking to gain some extra income, due to current my unfavorable employment situation. I recently set up a dedicated blog and signed ...
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How should I report earnings from Apple (from selling mobile applications in the App Store) in 1040 form in USA?

How should I report earnings from Apple (from selling mobile applications in the App Store) in 1040 form in USA? I'm permanent resident of USA. Can I fill Form 1040 with Schedule C as individual ...
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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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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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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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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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How to report a 1099-MISC in a Qualified Joint Venture

"A qualified joint venture is a joint venture involving the conduct of a trade or business, if (1) the only members of the joint venture are a husband and wife, (2) both spouses materially participate ...
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Differences in taxes paid for W2 employee vs. 1099 contractor working on sites like ODesk.com?

Currently, I make about $96000 a year as a W2 employee in the USA. Suppose I were to make the same amount through working on sites like ODesk.com at home. In other words, I would be an independent ...
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There seems to be so many varying 1099 documents. Which one indicates what?

I noticed there are different 1099 forms. One for -misc -b -c and others. What is the difference between each of them? And I'm assuming 1099 means its just a form that your employer or a service like ...
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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 dividends ...
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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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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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