Let's continue where we left off from How to Set Company Tax Filing Info. In this part, we'll focus on the next steps as they pertain to generating 1099-K forms.
For filing 1099-Ks, you need to submit your filer description. The options you choose from are:
See the requirements for a 1099-K.
You will also need to provide transactions type:
Card Not Present transactions? (for Box 1b)
For this part, you’ll need to report to the IRS whether payment cards were actually swiped or not present for the transactions.
Default Merchant Category Code for payees, if used (for Box 2)
This is a 4-digit code used within the payment card industry to classify the payee for the payment card transactions reported on the 1099-K. CitiBank provides a good rundown of Merchant Category Codes that pertain to different industries. The MCC should correspond most closely with the payee's type of business.
34 states currently participate in combined federal and state 1099 filing. This is the step where you select which state your company and contractors operate in to file forms with the state tax agency at the same time as filing with the IRS.
Check out our Guide to Combined Federal and State 1099 Filing to learn more.
In this step, you’ll have the option of setting a default state for contractors and form recipients. You can choose among three options:
Additionally, every state has different rules and regulations for whether or not 1099 payments need to be reported to them or not. In the majority of states, 1099 filing requirements depend on the recipient's address of residence, and/or where the work was actually performed, etc. Check out our Guide to State 1099 Filing Requirements to learn more.
If any changes are required from then on, they can be made manually.
Process complete! The forms will be then generated.
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