Tomorrow is the deadline for filing Form 1099-MISC! If you paid more than $600 to a non-employee during 2017 you are required to file IRS Form 1099-MISC. This form is used to report income for services performed for a business by an individual not classified as an employee.
What is Miscellaneous Income?
Miscellaneous income can include payments made to subcontractors, rental payments, awards, prizes, or substitute payments in place of dividends.
Where to E-file Form 1099-MISC?
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Avoid substantial IRS penalties and e-file today! If you fail to file Form 1099-MISC, you will be heavily penalized for each month the return is late. If you intentionally fail to file or file to correct your forms you could be looking at a maximum fine of $1,064,000 for small businesses.
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