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I’m Missing Some 1099 Forms

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Waiting on some 1099′s? Yeah, me too. I think I have a few 1099 forms left from some affiliate programs I was a part of the last year. Advice from the IRS website said that I should wait until February 15th (today) and then give the sender a call if I haven’t received it by then.

But… I don’t actually need the form to complete my taxes because I don’t send them in. All I need need to know how much compensation is listed on the form (the exception is a 1099-R which tells you how much income tax was withheld) and I think I can just look that up.

The IRS website lists a handy guide to what 1099 is what too:

  • Form 1099–B, Proceeds From Broker and Barter Exchange Transactions
  • Form 1099–DIV, Dividends and Distributions
  • Form 1099–INT, Interest Income
  • Form 1099–MISC, Miscellaneous Income
  • Form 1099–OID, Original Issue Discount
  • Form 1099–R, Distributions from Pensions, Annuities, Retirement or Profit-Sharing Plans, IRAs, Insurance Contracts, etc.
  • Form SSA–1099, Social Security Benefit Statement

More details on the IRS website.

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5 Responses to “I’m Missing Some 1099 Forms”

  1. mapgirl says:

    You know that if you are expecting a 1099 for miscellaneous income, one might not be forthcoming if it’s for less than $600.00? Anything less than that isn’t required to be sent.

  2. jim says:

    Yes that is true, see my confusion is with Commission Junction where I may be over $600 in aggregate but probably not with any particular company. So does CJ 1099 me or does each individual company?

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  4. Leilani says:

    Want more info on taxes paid by non profit organizations and are they supposed to issue W2 to employees they paid wages to?

  5. Anonymous says:

    how can i see the amount on the form 1099S if i don’t have it with me.


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