Who gets an IRS form 1099?

Answer An IRS Form 1099 is sent by companies to individuals who work for them on an independent contractor basis, as opposed to an employee. A 1099 must be sent if more than $600 in fees, repairs, mainten... Read More »

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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 gets 1099 forms?

A 1099 is received by persons paid $600 or more as an independent contractor by a trade or business, by those who have won prize money, collected royalties or rents, received fishing boat proceeds,... Read More »

Who gets 1099 misc forms?

A 1099-MISC form is reported to any person who receives more than $600 of income per year from a source that is not payment from an employer or interest income. People who commonly receive 1099-MIS... Read More »

What is Form 1099-C?

Form 1099-C is the cancellation-of-debt form used by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). If creditors cancel a debt that is more than a certain amount of money, they must report that information on... Read More »