1099-NEC Tax Forms
Use Form 1099NEC to report non-employee compensation.
Freelancers, contractors, attorneys and other non-employee compensation in 2022 is reported on 1099-NEC forms.
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- New dateless format for 2022 – fill in the year on each form. Software update is required.
WHAT IS 1099NEC?
Income reporting for non-employees.
It is used to report $600+ in non-employee compensation for the tax year. It has a new, dateless format for 2022, requiring you to fill in the year on each form.
WHEN IS IT DUE?
Forms must be mailed to recipients by January 31.
1099NEC forms must be also be e-filed or mailed to the IRS by January 31, along with a 1096 transmittal summary form to summarize the batch from a payer.
WHO SHOULD USE IT?
Businesses required to report payments of $600+ to non-employees.
Any business who pays contractors, freelancers, attorneys or any person considered a non-employee must report payments of $600+ during the tax year.
Official IRS 1099-NEC Tax Forms
1099 Envelope – 3up
1099-NEC Form – Copy A – IRS Federal
1099-NEC Form – Copy B Recipient
1099-NEC Forms Set with Envelopes
1099-NEC Form – Copy C-2-1 Payer State
1099-NEC Form – Copy B-C-Extra 3up for Recipient & Payer
1099-NEC Forms Set
1099-NEC Carbonless Continuous Forms
1099-NEC Pressure Seal Forms Copy B-2 – 11″ Z-Fold
1096 Transmittal Forms – Carbonless Continuous
1099-NEC Form – Copy B-2-2 3up for Recipient
Blank 1099-NEC Perforated Paper Forms
Need to file a 1099 correction?
It's simpler than you may think! All types of 1099 forms have a checkbox at the top to note that it is a Corrected form that has already been filed with the IRS.
You'll need to purchase new 1099 forms, or use any leftovers you have. Just be sure to use the exact same type of 1099 form that was originally filed. Enter the corrected information and check the Corrected box at the top. Then, mail a Copy A to the IRS, provide the recipient a copy and don't forget that the payer needs one too.
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