Christine Trumbull is a CPA and Quickbooks certified pro advisor and the founder of Pinnacle CFO Services. 28 years of experience in financial and business management have led her to her current role: ensuring seamless transitions for founders and their families.
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As a business owner, financial responsibilities can be complex, especially when it comes to tax obligations. One crucial aspect that often surfaces is dealing with 1099s. In this quick guide, we’ll discuss the common scenarios in which a 1099-NEC might be issued:
It’s essential to keep accurate records of payments made and consult IRS guidelines to determine when 1099 reporting is required. Failure to issue the required 1099 forms may result in penalties.
And here’s a final tip: Always get the W-9 before you issue payments to any vendor who may be required to get a 1099-NEC. Less-reputable vendors might not be around when you need their information at tax time.
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