What happens if you use W-2 instead of 1099-MISC?

Answer A 1099-MISC is an IRS form used for miscellaneous income or income that doesn't clearly fall into another category. A W-2, on the other hand, is a form that employers must send to their employees i... Read More »

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Do I need to pay SE tax on a 1099-MISC Box 3?

Box 3 on Form 1099-MISC does require the taxpayer to pay self-employment taxes on the amount, if the taxpayer did not already pay Social Security and Medicare taxes on this amount.References:IRS: S... Read More »

Who gets a 1099 Misc?

The 1099-MISC form is a federal tax form for miscellaneous income. Anyone who receives at least $10 in royalties; $600 in rents, service, prizes, awards, medical and health care payments or other ... Read More »

Who is 1099 misc eligible?

Anyone a taxpayer paid $10 or more in royalties or brokerage fees instead of dividends or tax-exempt interest is eligible for a Form 1099-MISC. In addition anyone the taxpayer paid $600 for rents,... Read More »

How to Claim 1099 Misc?

A 1099-MISC is issued to a person, corporation, trust or partnership for revenues resulting from "nonemployee" income. If more than $10 in royalty income or $600 in payments is made during the tax ... Read More »