1099-NEC Tax Forms – New 3up format for 2021
Red, 1099NEC Copy A tax forms for payers to mail to the IRS.
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Use 1099 NEC Forms to report non-employee compensation of $600+ for contractors, freelancers and more.
To report non-employee compensation for freelancers, contractors, attorneys and more, use the 1099NEC form. It has CHANGED TO A 3UP FORMAT FOR 2021. Be sure you purchase compatible 3up 1099 envelopes.
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Learn About 1099-NEC Requirements
POSSIBLE NEW E-FILING REQUIREMENTS FOR 2021
The IRS is currently CONSIDERING a change to the e-filing threshold for 1099 & W2 forms. It is currently 250+ forms, but COULD change to 100+. Details will be released by November. Stay tuned to Discount Tax Forms and the Official IRS 1099 Instructions for developments.
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1099NEC Form Copy A Specs:
Order a quantity equal to the number of recipients you have.
- 3-up format – NEW for 2021
- Red scannable per IRS requirements
- 8.5″x 11″ with side perforation
- Printed on 20# laser paper in red scannable ink
Mail in a batch to the IRS with a 1096 Transmittal Form. 3 FREE 1096 forms are included with your order for this product!
Choosing the Right 1099 Formats
1099-MISC vs 1099-NEC
In 2020, the IRS released a new 1099 form for reporting non-employee compensation, the 1099-NEC form. If you need to report income of $600+ for contractors, freelancers, gig workers, etc, use the 1099NEC form. This information was previously reported on 1099MISC box 7.
1099-MISC forms are now used to report royalties, rent, prizes, proceeds to attorneys, fishing boat proceeds and other miscellaneous information. Official IRS 1099-NEC & MISC instructions.
NEW 1099-NEC 3UP FORMAT
To report non-employee compensation, new 1099NEC forms were mandated in 2020. Use it to report payments of $600+ to contractors, freelancers, gig workers and more during the tax year.
For 2021, 1099NEC forms have changed to a 3up format (3-per-page) to save paper and make things more efficient.
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POSSIBLE NEW E-FILE RULES FOR 2021
The IRS is considering a change to require e-filing for 100+ recipients of 1099 and W2 forms by a single payer. The decision is expected by November. We make e-filing easy with our DiscountEfile.com system – and can even print and mail your recipient copies. It’s the easiest way to get 1099 & W2 forms done on time!
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OPTIONS FOR 1099 FILING
TYPE OF FORMS
NUMBER OF PARTS
The number of 1099 pars needed is based on government filing requirements.
- Copy A: Federal Copy for the IRS
- Copy B: Recipient Copy
- Copy C: Payer Copy
- Copy 2: State and Local Copies
Read more on our blog: Decoding 1099-MISC Copy Requirements
3-PART STATES: AK, CA, FL, GA, IL, IN, IA, KY, LA, MD, MI, MO, NV, NH, NM, NY, OR, SD, TN, TX, VT, WA, WY
4-PART STATES: AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DE, DC, GA, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NE, NJ, NM, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, UT, VT, VA, WV, WI
5-PART STATES: AL, AZ, CO, CT, DE, HI, ID, ME, MA, MN, MS, MT, NE, NC, ND, OH, OK, PA, SC, UT, WI
Transmittal 1096 forms are required only if you are printing and mailing 1099-MISC Copy A to the Federal Government. One 1096 is required to summarize all 1099s for a single payer.
Order compatible 1099 envelopes to ensure mailing information aligns correctly in the windows.
1099 FILING DEADLINES
- January 31 – All W2 & 1099 Recipient Postmarked; 1099-NEC and W2 Federal Copy A Postmarked or e-filed with IRS
- February 28 – Paper Copy A filed with the IRS for all 1099s except MISC
- March 31 – E-filed copies to the IRS for all 1099s except MISC
These are Federal filing deadlines. Most states follow the same dates.