If your business is involved in transferring money in some way (so, virtually every business out there), chances are you've written a check that the payee never cashed. Did you know that you're responsible for reporting and submitting those funds to your state? That's right—even though your recipient never cashed the check, those funds are still considered the property of that individual.
How to organize your information to file 1099s on time
BY Shelly Lingor ON Nov 26, 2018
One of the biggest year-end tasks, for many businesses, is sending and filing 1099 forms. Depending on how many contractors your business has used this year, and how organized you've been about keeping good records, 1099s can become a big project that you don't want to leave until the last minute. Start now by organizing all of your information and collecting anything you need from your...
It's 1099 time for businesses
BY Shelly Lingor ON Nov 20, 2018
While January 31 may seem far away, now is the time to start organizing your information your 1099s. As a business, you're required to send a 1099 form to every contractor and vendor to whom you paid more than $600 in the calendar year. We offer three tiers of service for businesses who wish to outsource their 1099 preparation process.
Is your business ready for year-end?
BY Shelly Lingor ON Nov 15, 2018
As the year winds down, your accounting needs ramp up. There are lots of big and little tasks you should complete to make sure your business is ready for a fresh start in the new year. The problem is, the end of the year tends to be the busy season for many businesses, and so all the back-office tasks get pushed aside.
BY Cindy Monk ON Dec 04, 2017
It’s that time of year again…
Okay, let’s break this down: If you paid an independent contractor or non-incorporated company $600 or more during the calendar year, you should issue a 1099 (When it comes to attorneys, you should issue a 1099 to them even if they are incorporated).