The seemingly never-ending and complicated changes to the 1099 forms require you to stay diligent. Reporting issues is commonly a top priority and there is no better way to stay up to date on the issues, exercise best practices, practice due diligence, and avoid costly mistakes. The IRS thinks Forms 1099 are important. They asked and Congress agreed to increase the failure to timely file and the failure to file a correct Information Return penalties for Forms filed. This webinar will go over developing a best practices manual and includes helpful hints on ways to avoid potential penalties and those time-consuming “B” Notices.
What better way to prepare for the coming Form 1099 filing season that to learn current preparing and filing guidelines, along with the latest helpful hints.
What’s New – Filing Dates
What’s New – Penalty Increases and Abatements
Compliance Responsibility of Income Tax Preparer
Compliance Responsibility of Payer
Definition of Due Diligence
Identifying Types of Payments Requiring 1099s
Identifying Types of Entities Who Should Receive 1099
Most Common 1099 Mistakes
Use IRS e-Services to Avoid TIN and Name Matching Problems
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