Posts Tagged ‘Form 1099-Misc’
Is Your Worker a Contractor or an Employee?
Is a worker an independent contractor or an employee? This seemingly simple question is often the contentious subject of numerous IRS audits. As an employer, getting this wrong could cost you plenty in the way of Social Security, Medicare and other employment-related taxes. Here is what you need to know. As the worker: If you…Read More
What is a 1099 and Who Should Receive a 1099?
What is a Form 1099-MISC? And who should receive a 1099? IRS Form 1099-MISC summarizes income from all non-employee compensation. It’s what independent contractors use to calculate and file taxes. You must send out a Form 1099-MISC to all contractors you’ve hired and paid more than $600 during the year; this includes any partnerships or…Read More