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Important 1099 Due Date Fast Approaching!

With the Jan.10, 2015 deadline for your IRS 1099 forms approaching, make sure your Region is finalizing the list of companies or individuals you’ve paid that require a 1099 at the end of the year. Companies or individuals requiring a 1099 are considered independent contractors who are paid more than $600 during the calendar year. 

Once you’ve compiled the list, complete the Template for Region Data sheet and email it, along with a completed W-9 for each new vendor, to Michelle Yapelli and the National Office will issue the 1099s. You do not need to send a W-9 for vendors submitted in previous years.  Please send information for independent contractors even if your Region paid them less than $600.

As a refresher, companies or individuals are independent contractors if they: 

•    Perform services for multiple customers.
•    Sets own hours.
•    Determines own price for contracted services.
•    Not eligible for employee benefits.
•    Provides own tools and equipment to complete job.
•    Supplies own materials needed to do job.
•    Personally liable for errors and/or accidents.
•    Files self-employment taxes and receives a Form 1099-MISC.
•    Has the right to hire and fire workers.
•    Must legally complete each contract.

Examples of some Independent Contractors often hired by Regions are:

•    Web site development.
•    Third-party registration system development and maintenance.
•    Bookkeeping services.
•    Security guards.
•    Legal fees.
•    Payments to trainers.
•    Data entry clerks.
•    Groundskeepers/field maintenance.
•    Referees

For more information on 1099s, visit the Resources Section under the 1099 compliance program or visit the IRS.

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