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FAQ

If Donald Trump failed to pay contractors for the work they completed, could they issue 1099 forms requiring him to pay taxes on his "income"?
This is a pretty cool argument. There is something called discharge of indebtedness income. Usually, you see it when a bank forgives a part or all of a mortgage. Perhaps you could apply this concept to someone who does not pay contractor debt. Interesting idea!
Why does our customer need us to provide a W-9 form?
Why is my customer asking for Form W-9?An entity (“the payer”) that makes payments in the normal course of their business is required to report certain specific payments to both the IRS and to the person or entity paid (“the vendor”) at the end of each year. This is typically done using Form 1099. The IRS calls this “Information Reporting” and the process is similar to the way that employers report wages on Form W-2.Therefore, when the payment for a product or service is required to be reported on Form 1099, the payer must have the vendor’s taxpayer identification number (TIN). The TIN is the way the IRS identifies the vendor in their records. The TIN is typically a social security number (SSN) or an employer identification number (EIN).When the IRS receives the payment information on Form 1099 they compare that information to the income the vendor reported on their income tax return. If the vendor’s tax return does not include all the payments reported on Form 1099 then the IRS will likely take steps to determine why all income earned was not reported.Consequence of not submitting a W-9If the payer does not receive a TIN number from the vendor, the payer will not be able to specifically identify the vendor on Form 1099. The IRS will then require the payer to reduce their payment to the vendor by 24% and remit this amount to the IRS (See our blog on backup withholding).The IRS will hold the payer responsible for this 24% if they don’t obtain the TIN number or withhold 24%. Additional penalties and interest could also be assessed on top of the 24%. Therefore, most payers put procedures in place to obtain the vendor’s TIN number in advance of making any payment. Requesting Form W-9 to be completed is the standard process that the IRS has created for payers to obtain the TIN number.CONCLUSION: Vendors are not required to submit a Form W-9, however, the likely result would be a 24% reduction in the payment to them by their customer.Examples of Information ReturnsExamples of information returns that use information from Form W-9 include, but are not limited to, the following:• Form 1099-INT (interest earned or paid)• Form 1099-DIV (dividends, including those from stocks or mutual funds)• Form 1099-MISC (various types of income, prizes, awards, or gross proceeds)• Form 1099-B (stock or mutual fund sales and certain other transactions by brokers)• Form 1099-S (proceeds from real estate transactions)• Form 1099-K (merchant card and third-party network transaction)• Form 1098 (home mortgage interest), 1098-E (student loan interest), 1098-T (tuition)• Form 1099-C (canceled debt)• Form 1099-A (acquisition or abandonment of secured property)Use Form W-9 only if you are a U.S. person (including a resident alien), to provide your correct TIN.For more information on Form W-9 visit our blog at https://www.w9manager.com.
As a contractor, am I required to fill W-9 form if the payment is under $600?
Filling out a W-9 is a pretty standard procedure.Here’s the rub.When a company asks you to fill out a W-9, it is almost a virtual certainty, they will need this form back before they’ll pay you a penny. The company has no way of knowing what the end of the year tally will be, in terms of your earnings, so the assumption is that all independent contractors will receive a 1099.In order to issue a 1099 in accordance with the terms set for by the Internal Revenue Service, information from the W-9 form is required. Without it, the company cannot comply with the law and faces unpleasant/unwanted penalties and fines.So, if they are being a hard-ass about it, that is why.If you don’t go over the $600 threshold for the year, you won’t be issued a 1099.No harm, no foul.They have your W-9 information in the system, so maybe if you come back and do more work for them next year (and do happen to go over the threshold) there will be no issues trying to ‘chase you down• to get the W-9 information.If you want to get paid, play the game and fill out the dumb form. It takes two minutes to make this issue go away • that’s less time than I spent writing the answer to your question.
Do you have to fill out form 1099 (for tax reporting) if you send over $600 in bitcoin to company for a product?
Among the numerous tax forms, the IRS will be expecting you to fill out a 1099-MISC form in two cases:you made payments to freelancers or independent contractors for business-related services totaling at least $600 within the year;or you paid minimum $10 in royalties or broker payments in lieu of dividends or tax-exempt interest.However, if you made any payments for personal or household services, there is no need to submit a 1099-MISC form.This site has a lot of information about it - http://bit.ly/2Nkf48f
If all I had was a $1022 PFD issued to all Alaskans as a 1099 Misc in the year 2022 which is reportable on 2022 taxes am I required to file a tax return? I am not a dependent. The IRS views the PFD as unearned income.
It appears you do not have to file. On a solely gross income basis, you do not have to file a return for 2022 if you were single and your gross income was below $10,400. The married threshold was $20,800. The over 65 limits are slightly higher.Other reasons to file may not apply to you, but they include reclaiming withheld income tax if any, having self-employment earnings over $400, receiving tax credits from Affordable Care Act health insurance or being eligible for certain education or child tax credits.
When do I need to issue a 1099?
There are many types of 1099. I'm going to address only the 1099 misc.Anytime you pay and non incorporated into T $600 or more during the whole year for services. Please note LLCs are not corporations in accordingly would require a 1099.There are two other circumstances which the IRS has termed historical under payers of taxes.  This would be providers of legal services of any type including corporations of $600 a year or more and medical practitioners of $600 a year or more of any type including corporations.Note this $600 limit is not per transaction but rather a total for the whole year.Finally there are probably another 15 or 20 different types of 1099 said to be issued. Interest dividends proceeds from brokerage etc since these are seldom encountered I've ignored them for you posting.
How does the IRS find out that you've not taken an RMD (required minimum distribution) from an IRA?
The IRS gets a record of your balances, as Christian points out, and a 1099-R which shows the distributions. They know your age. It's an easy calculation. However, in my experience, they don't seem to do the math, and instead, seem to rely upon "self reporting."   That said, I sure wouldn't want to mess up in this department, because the penalty (excise tax) is horrendous -- 50%!!  Better to be cautious and not worry whether the IRS will catch something.  By the way, if you do mess up and miss one, you can appeal the imposition of the penalty.  Again, my experience is that they are pretty forgiving on the 1st slip up.  Not so much on subsequent oversights.
If I've made less than $3000 in cash from random sources, and none of it is made with a 1099, how do I report it?
First of all: please get the idea out of your head that it is possible to "make cash on a 1099" (or to "not make cash on a 1099", for that matter). Form 1099 is an information return that payers use to report payments made to individuals to the IRS under certain circumstances; a payer is not obligated to send a Form 1099 for any payment that the payer makes to an individual. Each individual is obligated to report all taxable income to the IRS whether or not a Form 1099 is issued by the payer.Rant over, now let's look at the various types of income you could have received.If you received income as a gift, you don't have to report it at all. Only the gifter reports on gift income, and then only when the gift exceeds the minimum threshold required to report the gift to the IRS.If you received income by selling property at a garage or yard sale (or on eBay) and you're not in the business of selling property, you report it as "Other Income" on Line 21 of Form 1040. You can deduct expenses related to the sale of the property, to the extent those expenses exceed 2% of your income, on Schedule A if you itemize deductions. (This is a classic example of a hobby, where you have no profit-making intent).If you receive income in the course of conducting a trade or business - i.e. through an e-commerce store, or by registering and responding to ads on Freelancer.com, when you have demonstrated an intent to show a profit from your efforts  - you report it on Schedule C of Form 1040. You can deduct expenses related to that business on the same schedule, and you will pay self-employment taxes on the net income if the net income exceeds $400.
How does the IRS find out if a person does not pay taxes? Does your bank share your account information with the IRS?
If you only make $12.00 per hour and you work for 7 hours each day for five days each week then you make $420 each week.If the company is paying with a check then this check will include your name and the IRS will know you have this money.If the check is made to the name of your company and you are the sole owner of this company then they know you have this money.If the company is sending you this money by PayPal or by wire transfer or any other electronic way then they know you have this money.You cannot move money from one bank account to another without the IRS knowing it.I am talking about a regular bank account in the United States of America. Clearly you are not a drug dealer with numbered accounts in Switzerland.The only possibility is your boss is paying this $420 IN CASH.NOTE TO THE IRS: I think every company in the United States of America should pay their employees with a deposit to a debit card or to a credit card to prevent this tax evasion situation.If you have a bank account and you are saving $210 or 50% of your salary for a rainy day then the IRS will know at the very least that you are getting paid $210 each week.If you don’t have a bank account and you are saving your $210 under the matress then you are a fool because a burglar may enter your house one day and steal your matress and your entire life savings.A wiser financial strategy is to open a brokerage account with RobinHood and invest your $210 in the stock markets in the United States of America.I don’t mean by yourself.You can easily hire a professional portfolio manager to manage your brokerage account remotely.Some professional portfolio managers can probably double your cash in 25 months or less.This is exactly like getting a promotion at your job and each week you would get a bigger paycheck.You need to invest in the stock markets.You cannot live in the shadows just because you don’t want to pay your taxes.Open a brokerage account today.Get back to me after your brokerage account is open and funded and I will point you in the right direction.
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