1099MISC Forms Set
Use Form 1099MISC to Report Miscellaneous Income of $600+ in a Tax Year.
If you use this form to report nonemployee compensation in Box 7, you MUST USE 1099NEC FORMS. Learn more >
A set of 1099 MISC forms payer and recipient copies included.
POSSIBLE NEW E-FILING THRESHOLD FOR 2021
The IRS COULD change the e-filing threshold for 1099 & W2 forms. It is currently 250+ forms, but MAY change to 100+. Details will be released by November. Stay tuned to ZBP Forms and the Official IRS 1099 Instructions for developments.
If you need to efile, check with your software provider or use our online service, DiscountEfile.com to get it all done easily. We can even print and mail recipient copies for you!
Efile 1099 Forms
1099-MISC Form Sets include:
- Copy A (Federal, red scannable)
- Federal Copy B (Recipient)
- Copy C / 2 (Payer / State)
3 Free 1096 Transmittal Forms also included with each order!
- 2-up format
- 8.5″x 11″
- Copy A has a 1/2″ side perforation
- Printed on 20# laser paper
Print each copy as a batch.
Mail Copy A to the IRS in a batch and mail recipient copies directly to that individual.
How to Choose the Right 1099 Forms
OPTIONS FOR 1099 FILING
NEW 1099-NEC Forms for nonemployee compensation reporting.
Form 1099-NEC is used for payments of $600+ or more to non-employees, such as contractors, freelancers, some attorney payments and more. It replaced the 1099MISC in 2020.
1099NEC Forms changed to a 3up format for 2021 (instead of last year’s 2up format). You will need new forms and compatible 1099 envelopes. Learn about new 1099-NEC Forms.
POSSIBLE NEW E-FILING REQUIREMENTS
The IRS is considering changing the 1099 & W2 e-filing threshold requirement to 100 forms for a single payer in 2021. They will make this determination by November. Stay tuned to ZBP Forms for compliance information!
If you want to get a jump on the new requirements, we make it easy with DiscountEfile.com. Learn More.
TYPE OF FORMS
NUMBER OF PARTS
The number of 1099 parts needed is based on government filing requirements.
- Copy A: Federal Copy for the IRS
- Copy B: Recipient Copy
- Copy C/2: Payer or State Copy
Read more: Small business guide to filing 1099s
3-PART STATES: AK, CA, FL, GA, IL, IN, IA, KY, LA, MD, MI, MO, NV, NH, NM, NY, OR, SD, TN, TX, VT, WA, WY
4-PART STATES: AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DE, DC, GA, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NE, NJ, NM, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, UT, VT, VA, WV, WI
5-PART STATES: AL, AZ, CO, CT, DE, HI, ID, ME, MA, MN, MS, MT, NE, NC, ND, OH, OK, PA, SC, UT, WI
Transmittal 1096 forms are required only if you are printing and mailing 1099-MISC Copy A to the Federal Government. One 1096 is required to summarize all 1099s for a single payer.
Order compatible 1099 envelopes to ensure mailing information aligns correctly in the windows.
1099 FILING DEADLINES
- January 31* – All 1099 Recipient Postmarked; 1099-NEC Federal Copy A Postmarked or e-filed with IRS
- February 28 – Paper Copy A filed with the IRS for all 1099s except MISC
- March 31 – E-filed copies to the IRS for all 1099s except MISC
These are Federal filing deadlines. Most states follow the same dates.