1099 MISC Form: For Both Freelancers & Their Employers

Whether you’ve hired a private juggling teacher to help you improve your chances of getting into the circus, or your small business has hired a specialist to color code your office’s weekly lunch orders, chances are you paid this person for their services. If you paid a contracted employee (juggling coach, color-coder, etc.) $600 or more this year, the IRS requires you to fill out a 1099 MISC form, which you will send to both the employee and the IRS.

On the flip side, contracted employees may need to fill out their own 1099 MISC forms too. But don’t worry, it’s not complicated. Click here to fill out, sign, and securely send your 1099 MISC form online. Have a question about what information belongs where? Check out this nifty how-to video that will have you filling things out in no time.

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