Form 1099-NEC vs. MISC: How to get ready for the TY 2021 IRS Deadline


It’s the IRS tax reporting time again and there’s something you should know — the IRS requires your company to file Form 1099-NEC Online (Non-Employee Compensation) to report non-employee compensation by the due date of 31-Jan-2022. If your business paid an independent contractor more than $600 this year for services provided to your company in 2020, […]

Top 5 Mistakes To Avoid When You E-File Form1099 NEC Online For TY 2021


For the tax year 2021, the IRS will continue to use the relatively new Form 1099-NEC to enforce its filing requirements. Traditionally, businesses have used Form 1099-MISC – Box 7 to report nonemployee’s compensation. Now, you may need to use both 1099 forms and follow their unique specifications. If you are involved in a business, […]

eFile Form 1099-MISC & Form 1099-NEC Online For The Tax Year 2021


Before 2020, if your business hired contracted workers or freelancers then you issued 1099-MISC Forms Online. Last year IRS introduced a new Form 1099-NEC Filing used just for reporting independent contractor income, what is officially known as “non-employee compensation.” If you appoint contractors or contract with non-profits, this blog is for you! The 1099-NEC was […]

Form 1099-NEC Online Creates IRS Filing Problems


As the year’s end draws near, many tax payable departments are gearing up to complete their annual Form 1099 filings.  For 2021, a new form, Form 1099-NEC Online, will be used to report payments of non-employee compensation to vendors. The IRS resurrected the Form 1099-NEC, which had not been used in decades, to replace Box […]