Before you begin preparing Form 1099-INT filing, it is important that you know what information you need. We’ve compiled the following 4 key topics in our Form 1099-INT Guide that may help you to correctly and timely complete your filing.
What’s new for Form 1099-INT?
The 1099-INT and instructions have been updated recently from an annual revision to continuous use. They will both be updated as needed. For the most recent instructions, please visit the IRS Form 1099-INT page.
Form 1099-INT Guide – Key Topics
Our Form 1099-INT guide identifies 4 key topics that will help you get started with your filing.
Determine who receives a Form 1099-INT
Forms 1099-INT are completed for each non-employee who has been paid more than $10 in interest in the past year.
Gather the information to prepare Form 1099-INT
The information needed for preparing Form 1099-INT includes the taxpayer names, addresses, and the identification numbers for the reporting business (“payer”) and the recipient (“payee”), as well as the amounts paid to the recipient.
Verify your information
It is important to take the time to review the information being reported on your Forms 1099-INT for accuracy before distributing and filing, including the payment amounts and taxpayer information. This will minimize the risk of incurring penalties and fines.
Distribute and file
The IRS and recipient each require copies of the 1099-NEC form, as well as some state tax departments. Check out our Distribute and File Form 1099-INT Guide to see where each copy goes.
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.
Many states participate in the Combined Federal/State Filing program for the submission of Forms 1099-B, DIV, G, INT, K, MISC, NEC, OID, PATR, and R. Check if your state participates on our CF/SF list.
Use this Form 1099-INT Guide along with our Essential Guide and become a master at your 1099-INT filing. You can also learn more about the transmittal form for Forms 1099 by downloading our PDF Guide below:
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