1099 Form Sets
Convenient packs of 1099 forms and envelopes.
- 1099 Form sets up to 40% off retail
- Small minimum quantities
- Compatible with most accounting software
IT’S LIKELY YOU NEED DIFFERENT 1099 FORMS THIS YEAR…
If you have used 1099MISC forms to report payments to contractors, freelancers or any type of nonemployee compensation (using Box 7), you must change to the new 1099NEC forms for 2020.
SAY GOOD-BYE TO RED FORMS, AND HELLO TO E-FILING…
If you file 100 or more 1099 forms, you MUST E-FILE with the IRS in 2020.
This changes again next year, when anyone filing 10+ forms is required to efile.
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WHAT IS 1099NEC?
The 1099NEC Form is new for 2020.
It is used to report non-employee compensation that was previously reported in Box 7 of 1099-MISC form.
WHEN IS IT DUE?
Forms must be mailed to recipients by January 31.
They must also be mailed or e-filed with the IRS by February 1, 2021 (Jan 31 is a Sunday).
WHO SHOULD USE IT?
Businesses required to report payments of $600 to contractors, freelancers, attorneys and more.
If you have used a 1099-MISC form in the past to do this, use the 1099-NEC for 2020.
ONE MORE THING…
E-filing thresholds have also changed for 2020.
If you file 100+ forms, you must efile. (It used to be 250+)
That will also change again in 2021, with e-file required for 10+ forms per payer.
1099-NEC or 1099-MISC?
The IRS will require that businesses use Form 1099-NEC to report non-employee compensation in 2020.
Using the 1099MISC form to report payments to contractors may result in a penalty.
The new 1099NEC form replaces the 1099-MISC for reporting nonemployee compensation (Box 7), shifting the role of the 1099-MISC for reporting all other types of compensation.
The overall process for reporting nonemployee compensation is changing drastically for the 2020 tax year. We’ve compiled the essential details regarding the changes, so you know what to expect and how to handle each of the forms to avoid penalties.
1099 Form Sets