What is the difference between a W-9 and 1099 form?

Answer A W-9 form is needed by those who are independent contractors or freelancers. This form will allow a company to keep records of your earnings. An independent contractor or freelancer does not get... Read More »

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What is a form 1099-B?

Form 1099-B, the "Proceeds from broker and barter exchange transactions" form, is a tax document used by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in the United States. This form is used to report income ... Read More »

What is Form 1099-S?

Form 1099-S is used to report real estate transactions to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). These consist of any income, services or indebtedness related to the ownership of a property. Reportabl... Read More »

What is tax form 1099?

The Internal Revenue Service, or IRS, requires individuals to report their sources of income including sources that do not withhold taxes before issuing payment. Form 1099 is the tax form used when... Read More »

What is a form 1099-INT?

A 1099-INT form will show how much interest a financial institution has paid you over the course of the year. The form is sent at the end of the year and is used for filing your taxes.FunctionThe 1... Read More »