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FAQ

How can I report 1099-int federal tax withheld in efile?
The best place to go is the site www.1099fire.com; you fill out the form and the software will create the file for electronic filing for the 1099-INT.  The Tax Withholding will go to the correct box. You cant use the free fillable forms to file by paper or electronically.  If you look at those forms, they say its for "informational purposes only".
Do I really need to submit a 1099-INT for less than $5O interest?
Yes.There is no dollar threshold where the IRS says, “It’s too small, no need to report it.”If you earned interest, you must pay the tax on that income.Okay, it’s not a lot, so I don’t think they’ll throw you in jail if they ever catch you.One thing all taxpayers should know is the the 1099 form is a system that utilizes checks and balances.They (the company you earned interest from, in this case) issued one to you, the taxpayer, for moneys you earned so you can report it on your tax return.Guess what? They also, took that information and just transmitted it to the IRS.So, the IRS knows in advance of you filing your tax return what you should be reporting.Now if you decide this piddly amount slide because you don’t think they care, the amounts that they are expecting you to report and the amount you actually report are not going to match.That is what checks and balances means.This may cause a red flag to up and mark your tax return as ‘something is fishy• with this one. That’s really not the technical name, but the one I just made up.Then all the tax returns that smell fishy go into a big pile. Some of them will be audited to find out exactly why they smell fishy. It is possible you may be of those unlucky ones who gets to experience what an IRS audit is like.I’ll save you some trouble of imagining. It’s not very pleasant.So for the five or ten bucks you just saved in taxes by not reporting your $50 worth of interest, you’ve inadvertently just tripped a wire that you’re probably going to regret.My advice to you • be honest about your taxes and stay out of hot water.Here is page 2 of the federal tax return. I’ve highlighted something that may be of interest.The words are pretty small in this graphic, but it says:Under penalties of perjury, I declare I have examined this return and accompanying schedules and statements and to the best of my knowledge and belief, there are true, correct and accurately list all amounts and sources of income I received during the tax year.
Internal Revenue Service (IRS): If I'm filing my tax returns, should I also mail all the 1099-INT and 1099-MISC forms that each organization is sending to me along with Form 1040?
The IRS does not want the forms from you. It gets the information directly from the payers. The reason you have to send the W-2 if you file a paper return is that W-2 forms go to the Social Security Administration, not the IRS. Later in the year, the IRS gets the information but not in time to compare against your tax return.Of course, you should keep a copy of all the forms for at least three years. Five is better just in case the IRS wants to claim your return is fraudulent. (I have all of my tax information for at least the past 15 years. Before that, it’s a little spotty but I have scanned copies of most documents going back to the mid-1990s.) These days most of the tax forms are available electronically or you can get a scanner to use a home. Just make certain you have timely backups of your computer in case it’s stolen or crashes.
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