what is form 1099B

W-2 vs. 1099: What’s the Difference and Why Does It Matter?

Having just reached the start of November, tax season may still be the furthest thing from your mind. The truth is, it shouldn’t be. As a small business owner, taxes and specifically, the forms associated with them, are crucial to have on your radar all year long. Equally as important is having a comprehensive understanding

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.