1099

Changes Coming Next Year in W-2 and 1099 Forms

The Internal Revenue Service is making changes in W-2 and 1099 forms and reporting requirements, starting next year. Greatland, a provider of W-2 and 1099 [...]

Do You Want A 1099 Or A W-2?

Asked another way, “independent contractor or employee?” It seems like such a simple question. As we approach year-end, companies and workers everywhere [...]

7 Crippling Mistakes With Form 1099 That Cost Big

It’s Form 1099 season, and companies big and small are churning them out. If you’re in business–even as a sole proprietor–you need to pay attention [...]

Is Failing To Issue IRS Forms 1099 Criminal?

Everyone knows something about IRS Form 1099, and if you don’t, you should. It’s that little slip of paper—barely a third of a sheet—but bearing [...]

On Tax Returns, Don’t Forget Form 1099 Traps

In the IRS’s quest for better and more automated matching of income and Social Security numbers, it’s well known that IRS Forms 1099 are important. See [...]

Filing Your Taxes? 4 Key Facts About IRS Form 1099

Every employee receives a Form W-2 reporting annual pay and the taxes taken out. Include a copy with your tax return. Forms 1099 are equally important, maybe [...]

California’s Tough New Independent Contractor Law

The IRS, Department of Labor and many state agencies are taking aim at businesses using independent contractors. See IRS, DOL And States [...]

1099 Or W-2?

  This time of year that seems a logical question.  It’s short for “independent contractor or employee?”  If you’re an [...]