Who receives 1099 forms?

Answer IRS Form 1099 is used to report miscellaneous forms of income. People who are self-employed, or independent contractors, and do work for another company will receive a 1099 form from that business.... Read More »

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Who Receives a 1099 Tax Form?

Employers and businesses use a variety of tax forms for filing and documenting revenue and financial information. One such tax form is Form 1099. A type of information form as opposed to a tax retu... Read More »

Who receives tax form 1099?

Tax Form 1099 is received by any person who earns income either as an independent contractor or through non-traditional means. As of 2010, there are 16 distinct varieties of Form 1099, ranging from... Read More »

When do 1099 forms have to be sent out?

The 1099 forms used to report non-employee income for contract and freelance workers in the 2009 tax year were required to be mailed out by January 31, 2010. Since this fell on a Sunday, the deadli... 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 »