Tax guide

Where can I find 1099-MISC instructions?

Form 1099-MISC reports business payments for items such as rent, prizes and awards, medical and health care, and more.

The IRS has instructions for filling out a 1099-MISC on its site.

Note, January 2021: Form 1099-MISC is no longer for nonemployee income like independent contracting or freelance wages. That information will now be reported on Form 109-NEC.

If you are an independent contractor receiving Form 1099-NEC, you will still report that nonemployee compensation, along with other compensation received for your business, on Schedule C, Profit and Loss from Business, when you file your taxes.

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