Avoid These Common Errors for Form 1099-INT and 1099-DIV

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Preparing Forms 1099-INT and 1099-DIV can be difficult, but we are here to simplify things! We have compiled this list to help ensure that you don’t make these common errors for Form 1099-INT and 1099-DIV. Background Information To reduce errors for Form 1099, it’s important to know what these forms types are and how they … Read more

Who Receives a Form 1099-INT?

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Form 1099-INT is used to report interest income paid to a person through savings accounts, US Savings bonds, and interest-bearing checking accounts, or in the course of trade or business. With a relativity low interest income threshold of $10, payers must issue a 1099-INT form to all parties from the previous tax year that exceed the … Read more

File and Distribute Form 1099

File and Distribute Form 1099

Several parties will require copies of Form 1099. This is how printed copies should be distributed: Copy A → IRS Copy 1 → State Tax Department Copy B → Recipient Copy 2 → Recipient to File w/ State Income Tax Return Copy C → Payer Copy (for your records) When you e-file your 1099 forms with … Read more

Mastering Form 1099-INT: The Essential Guide

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Form 1099-INT is an official IRS document to report interest payers or businesses made to eligible recipients. This form is sent to the IRS during the tax year, as well as any applicable states and individuals for their records. Form 1099-INT is completed by the business/entity whom paid out the interest, not by the recipients. … Read more

Import Spreadsheet Format Guidelines for Tax Year 2021

Import spreadsheet format guidelines A Step-by-Step Guide

We’ve created Excel import spreadsheet templates to help you easily upload all of your 1095-B and 1095-C, 1099, and W-2  data. These templates are identical to the official IRS forms so that you can enter the information just as you would on paper. 

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