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AFP and CNA’s Coffee With…
Wednesday, February 13th, 2019 – 8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m.
Three Questions to unlock your authentic career: Ashley Stahl at TEDxBerkeley
Form 1099 time is upon us. Businesses must send out IRS Forms 1099 by Jan. 31 for the prior calendar year. Perhaps no one likes IRS Forms 1099 except the IRS, for they allow easy computer matching of Form 1099 data against tax returns. Generally, businesses must issue the forms to any payee (other than a corporation) who receives $600 or more during the year. That’s just the basic threshold, but there are many exceptions. That’s why you probably get a Form 1099 for every bank account, even if you earned only $10 of interest. Every Form 1099 includes the payer’s employer identification number and the payee’s Social Security number.