• 1099-MISC Preparation and Filing

    We make it easy for you to document expenses for your contract labor, vendors and service providers, then we take care of the filing of your tax documents with the IRS and the mailing of all necessary paperwork to your 1099 recipients.

  • The Paper Trail You Need

    Our system documents your deductions and creates the paper trail you need to easily track and report your non-employee payments.
    Our staff also ensures tax deadlines are met, provide you with proof of your filings, and alert you of any actions you may need to take.

  • Perfect for Every Business

    We take care of all of your IRS filings, the mailing of all tax-related documents, and we provide you with the information you need at tax time. Use 1099s.com to save time and money, and so you can get back to running your business and/or your life faster.

  • Expert CPAs At Your Service

    1099s.com speeds up information gathering process and takes care of sending 1099s to both the IRS and each non-employee who received more than $600 in revenue from your business.

  • Have 1099-MISC Questions?

    Our expert CPAs and customer service representatives are available to help you get started and to answer any questions you might have regarding the filing of your 1099 tax forms. Or, check out our FAQ page.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


What exactly does the staff of 1099s.com do?
At 1099s.com we make sure you are IRS compliant by handling the entire 1099 filing, notification, and reporting process.

More specificially, once your order has been place, we:
  1. 1. Print and mail a physical copy of each non-employee's 1099 form to their mailing address with proof of delivery.
  2. 2. Report your 1099 information to the IRS and update you on the progress of your 1099 submission. We also work with you to fix any errors that may occur during the reporting process.
  3. 3. Provide you with a report detailing the payments made, the status of your mailings, and the success of your IRS filing.

What happens if we don't file 1099s?
If a company fails to submit their 1099 documents within the due time, the results can be penalties starting from $30, reaching up to thousands of dollars. See more about 1099 penalties and requirements.

When are the current 1099 filing deadlines?
January 31, 2017 - Deadline for sending 1099 documents to non-employee workers.
February 28, 2017 - Deadline for filing 1099 documents with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Who can I give a 1099 to?
Any payment(s) you have made to an individual or company during the tax year that exceeds $600 qualifies for a 1099. Physicians, beauticians, mechanics, ANYONE you paid more than $600 during the year.

Why would I give a 1099 to my beautician, mechanic, or physician?
By submitting 1099s to those who provide you with services, you decrease your own tax burden. By allowing your service providers to claim their income, you don't end up paying their taxes.

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