Your Guide To IRS Form 1099-PATR
Be on the lookout for the IRS 1099-PATR Form if you received a dividend associated with a farm or cooperative!
What is form IRS 1099-PATR?
The IRS 1099 PATR form records the taxable distributions received from cooperatives. Cooperatives file this form for every individual to whom they have paid a minimum amount of $10 in patronage dividends.
Most often, Form 1099-PATR reports dividends associated with farms. However, you may also receive this form for other reasons. For example you may receive a 1099 PATR if you have your home mortgage from a land bank.
What are exemptions on IRS 1099-PATR?
A cooperative involved in the retail sale of services and goods that are for living, personal, or family use may receive exemption from filing Form 1099-PATR.
You do not need to file form IRS 1099-PATR for payments made to a corporation, tax exempted organization, or trust.
How to file the form 1099-PATR?
To file the form 1099-PATR you need to furnish the statement of the recipient. To fill this form you need to provide details like an account number, patronage dividends paid in cash, per-unit retain allocation paid in cash, backup holdings and other details to ensure transparency.
Is IRS 1099-PATR accompanied by other forms?
This form must be filed with IRS Form 1096 for the Privacy Act and Paperwork Reduction Act Notice.
When is IRS 1099-PATR due?
File copy A with the IRS by the end of February 28, and furnish the recipient with copy B by January 31.
How do I fill out IRS 1099-PATR?
In the form, you need to provide the payer’s information, business tax identification number, recipient’s identification number and other basic information. Fill the numbered boxes after reading the instruction carefully.
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