1099 Automation & e-Filing
Watch this short video to learn what 1099 Automation is and how it can help your business or organization.
There are many types of 1099s all of which come with specific instructions for filing. The most common type is the 1099-NEC, also referred to as the 1099-MISC, that impacts payments to vendors for different services performed by people not considered employees of the company or other kinds of miscellaneous payments. Two important things to consider when getting ready to file a 1099 are what vendors must receive and what is the cause for including a certain dollar amount paid or what types of services were used. As a general guideline on deciding who should receive a 1099-NEC, consider if it is not a business or corporation and if they are not an employee, then they should receive 1099-NEC.
There are some exceptions that do not require a 1099-NEC, they include:
It's important to note that there are penalties that come with failing to file, incorrectly filing or filing late. We want to help avoid that and simplify the process for you. Here are things to consider when filing your 1099 this year or the next:
Year-end close is always a busy time for the finance team. To help save time and improve efficiency, our 1099 Automation & e-Filing product is there to help you and your team avoid the year end crunch to clean up vendors, review your 1099 transactions and get your filing out the door.
Each year, we know how much time it takes to clean up all data in your 1099, make sure your vendors are set up correctly and review your transactional coding. Then worrying about getting a product like Tax1099.com set up and getting your data in there manually all before the filing deadline. With our 1099 Automation & e-Filing product, we help guide you through it and automate the process as much as possible to improve efficiency and save valuable time. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you with 1099 filing.