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What You Need to Know about IRS E-File

IRS e-filing gives taxpayers the option to file their taxes online using prepared software approved by the IRS, download filing forms for free off of the IRS's website, or find and work with a tax filing professional that has been authorized by the IRS. This is somewhat like websites that help individuals and businesses file

2015-08-19T14:49:05+00:00August 19th, 2015|Tags: , , |0 Comments

What Forms Do I Need if I’m Hiring Someone on Elance or Odesk?

Elance and Odesk are both websites that employers can use to connect with those who are looking for freelance work. Freelance work is similar to the work contractors do because both are given a fixed pay for work that is done within a timeframe. After that work has been completed, they are no longer connected

Property Maintenance companies- How to Understand Contractor Filing Requirements

Contractor filing can sometimes be difficult to understand because there are certain requirements that each contractor and employer must follow in order to make sure the forms are completed. Understanding the process is the first step to making sure you complete the forms correctly. Who Needs to File Companies that have hired independent contractors in

2015-09-26T20:14:46+00:00August 11th, 2015|Tags: , |0 Comments

Benefits of Filing Your Taxes Online

Many people debate whether to file their taxes online or to continue filing on paper. Some feel like filing on paper is better because putting your personal information online is not always a good idea. That said, websites devoted to helping people file their taxes online are very secure and make sure that your information

2015-09-26T20:15:25+00:00August 5th, 2015|Tags: , |1 Comment

Benefits of Tax Identification Number (TIN) Checking

  If an employee or contractor fails to provide you with the correct information on their W-9 form, it can delay the process of getting their 1099-MISC form completed. A Tax Identification Number is an identifier that helps the IRS understand which form goes with which contractor, employee, or business. Each person or company has

2015-09-26T20:16:12+00:00July 29th, 2015|Tags: , |0 Comments

How to file a 1099-misc with a missing contractor tax id

A 1099-MISC form is used to report all income made by a contractor, as long as it is $600 or more for one taxable year. The 1099-MISC form must be filled out by the employer or client who hired the contractor. One of the most important parts of the 1099-MISC form is the Taxpayer Identification

2015-09-26T20:16:59+00:00July 22nd, 2015|Tags: , |0 Comments

New ACA Form Reporting Requirements

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a healthcare reform law. Also known as Obamacare, it aims to provide more Americans with affordable healthcare insurance. The Affordable Care Act is also meant to improve the quality of current healthcare in America. The ACA wants to help Americans by protecting them from insurance companies taking all of

How to File a 1099-MISC without Contractor Tax ID

A 1099-MISC form is a form that records payments of $600 or more made that year to a contractor. One of the elements that need to be present on a 1099-MISC form is the taxpayer identification number. The taxpayer identification number (TIN) is a number used to identify a person for tax purposes. This TIN

Form 1099-B: What You Need to Know

  A 1099-B form is a form that is issued by a broker in order to give an overview of all transactions made regarding stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and securities, as well as any gains or losses. All of these stock transactions must be reported to the IRS in order to successfully file your taxes.