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1099, independent contractors -

I hate to disrupt your activities during this ridiculously busy time of the year, but if you would like to receive FREE IRS Form 1099-MISC, you will need to order them soon. Form 1099-MISC reports to the IRS royalties, rents, and other miscellaneous income, but we are most concerned with Box 7-Nonemployee Compensation. Nonemployee compensation is the payments to workers we use throughout the year that are not on our payroll. If we paid them over $600 throughout the year, we must furnish them a Form 1099-MISC. The red Copy A must be mailed to the IRS no later than...

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1099, independent contractors, self employed -

You can receive free 1099-MISC forms from the IRS to send to your independent contractors. If you paid an individual who was not an employee more that $600 in 2017, you may need to file the 1099-MISC forms and the transmittal Form 1096 to the IRS by the end of January 2019. For detailed information on who is an independent contractor, check out Church Accounting-The How-To Guide for Small & Growing Churches. The forms received from the IRS are the manual type with several layers. If you have more than a dozen to send, you may prefer the computer type...

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1099, independent contractors, IRS -

IRS Form 1099 is required to be sent to independent contractors of your business or organization if they were paid more than $600 for the year. For details on who is and who is not considered an independent contractor, check out my book,  Church Accounting-The How-To Guide to Small & Growing Churches or go to www.IRS.gov. If you only have a few to send out and don't want to pay for a package of 50 at the office supply store, go to www.irs.gov/businesses/online-ordering-for-information-returns-and-employer-returns to order the forms for free directly from the IRS.  You will have to fill them out manually, so if...

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