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I ran a Vendor Transaction report and got my total $. Then I ran a 1099 and the 1099 came up with a different amount. Anybody have this problem?

 
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I ran a Vendor Transaction report and got my total $. Then I ran a 1099 and the 1099 came up with a different amount. Anybody have this problem?

Thanks for joining the Community space,@jasonsmegal.

 

We can check the mapping of your 1099 and make sure it's set up correctly. This way, the Vendor Transaction report will show the same amount. 

 

Also, if the accounts are incorrectly set up it doesn't be reported on your 1099 report.

 

Here's how:

  1. Go to Expenses and click Vendors at the top. 
  2. Click on Prepare 1099s at the top-right corner. 
  3. If this is your first time using the 1099 Wizard, click the "Let's get started" button. Otherwise, click on the "Continue your 1099s" button. 
  4. You'll see the Review your company info page first. Confirm your details and click Next
  5. The next page is where you can check the account mapping.

 

Once everything is set up, you can run and check the Vendor Transaction report again.

 

I've also attached an article you can read to learn more about preparing you 1099s and its FAQS: 

 

 

You can always get back to me if you have follow-up questions. I'm just a comment away. Have a good one.

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