The end of the 2022 tax year means that the 2023 filing season is just around the corner! This guide was created to help you avoid missing the 2023 Form 1099 Deadlines.
When each tax year, or calendar year, comes to a close employers must ensure that they meet all IRS tax requirements regarding Form W-2 filing. This can include submitting their Form 1099 filings, sending out recipient copies, making any necessary corrections, and ensuring that they have met done so within the allotted time frame.
Now that tax year 2022 is coming to a close, employers will be expected to fulfill their IRS requirements by the 2023 Form 1099 deadlines.
2023 Form 1099 Deadlines
As a best practice, we recommend getting started on your filings as early as possible. This ensures that you have ample time to collect the required information, complete the necessary forms, and verify the information for possible typos and other errors.
The IRS filing season 2023 deadlines for tax year 2022 are as follows:
|2023 Deadlines (TY2022)||IRS Paper File Deadline||IRS E-file Deadline||Recipient Copy / Furnishing Deadline|
|Form 1099-NEC||January 31, 2023||January 31, 2023||January 31, 2023|
|Form 1099-MISC||February 28, 2023||March 31, 2023||January 31, 2023|
|Form 1099-DIV||February 28, 2023||March 31, 2023||January 31, 2023|
|Form 1099-INT||February 28, 2023||March 31, 2023||January 31, 2023|
Please note that these are just the federal deadlines. Please verify with your state for any state requirements and the proper submission methods.
We have a plethora of resources to ensure that you’re up-to-date on the latest tax news. Check out our Essential Guides to master all of your filing requirements or review our step-by-step guides for more information on preparing your filings.
Or, learn more about the transmittal form for Forms 1099 by downloading our PDF Guide below:
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