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1099 Corrections and Penalties for Electronic Filling

Generally, the IRS wants the taxpayer to ensure that all the information provided on 1099 forms are accurate and filed on time. Though the penalties are mainly for the errors on the forms the IRS also fines for late submission of forms, missing documents in forms, or incorrect taxpayer details. Penalties for Failing to File Form 1099 When you miss to file or late to file Form 1099 by the due date and you cannot prove the...

IRS Sees Millions of Tax Returns Last Days of Tax Filing Season

A recent update from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) states that IRS has received about 135.6 million returns for the current year following the late surge of tax filings during the end of April. It is reported that after the mid of April 2018, IRS received more than 17 million tax returns and importantly the majority of the tax filing, 13.6 million returns came through electronically. On the whole, IRS received about 135.6 million tax returns through...

What Happens if You Forget to E-File a 1099 Tax Form

It is necessary for you to get form 1099 if you receive money from a government or business entity during the year which is reportable on your taxes. File 1099 online by taking the services of various online filing service providers. However, prior to considering to e-file 1099 make sure that you have a basic understanding of the form. It is in no ways a tax document but an informational form that needs to be filled out...

7 Facts Should Know about IRS Late Filing and Late Payments Penalties

The annual deadline for the people to file their federal income tax return is 15th April. This is also the deadline for people to pay any taxes that they might owe. As per law, there is an IRS late filing penalty that the IRS can assess to the taxpayers. This means that the penalty is also assessed on the taxpayers who fail to pay the taxes that they owe within remaining deadline. These penalties levied by the...