Welcome to the Community, @debrab.
Yes, you can! Let me walk you through reprinting Vendors 1099 form in QuickBooks Online (QBO).
1. On your QBO account, go to the Expenses menu at the left panel, then Vendors.
2. Click Prepare 1099s, then select Continue your 1099s. You are prompted to review your form.
3. Choose Finish preparing 1099s, then pick I'll file myself or Print and mail.
4. Select Print sample on blank paper to see a preview of your form to be printed, then click Print at the bottom.
For your reference, you can also check out these articles for more further guidance:
That's it! Please let me know how it goes by leaving a comment on this thread. I'm always here should you have any additional questions or concerns. Take care and have a great rest of the week.
After you've submitted the 1099's or W2's forms electronically, you'll be able to view and generate a copy in your QuickBooks Online (QBO) account.
You can follow the steps mentioned by @FritzF, so you can print a copy of your 1099's. On the other hand, for W-2 forms, we include the W-3 information in the electronic file.
To generate a copy of W-3:
You can also access archived or previously filed forms by logging into your 1099 E-File Service account.
Please check this article for more information: 1099 E-File Service FAQs.
If there's anything else that we can do to help, please let us know. We're always right here to help.
We'd want to make sure that you're able to print your 1099s, JillP34.
Can you tell us what happens every time you print the forms? If you want to print a copy of an e-filed 1099, you can access your 1099 E-File Service account. Then, download the form and print it from there.
Please open this article and proceed to the Can I access archived/previously filed forms section: 1099 E-File Service FAQs.
If you didn't e-file the form, follow the exact same steps given in the first reply. You can also follow these troubleshooting if you the 1099 page isn't loading up or if the Print button is not responding:
Keep us posted by adding another reply below. I'd be glad to get back here and offer my help again.
If you're done filing your forms online, then there's no need for you to pay an amount to print the form and mail it. To learn more about printing and mailing as well as preparing and filing 1099 using QuickBooks Online, check out these articles:
As always, feel free to read our help articles in case you need tips and related links while working with QuickBooks in the future.
You can always reach out to me if you have any other questions by adding a comment below. I'm always here to help. Have a good day!
I am having this same issue. As I electronically filed 1099's, the only option is to "view" the 1099, but as a previous commenter said it only gives you a sample and not the actual 1099.
I also logged into the E-file section, and it says there are NO 1099's with my credentials so I cannot reprint from there.
Not sure why this has to be so hard, but HOW do I get my contractor a copy of his 1099 without paying $58.99 to reprint it?
Thanks for following this thread, @RobinSmugala. I want to ensure you're able to reprint the 1099's for your contractor.
To give you additional insights, if you've e-filed it through QuickBooks Online, it will be archived and can be accessed by logging to the 1099 E-File Service account. Here's how:
However, if you've e-filed directly to the IRS through EFTPS, I'd suggest you run a report that lists all of your 1099 vendors in QuickBooks. Here's how:
You can also follow the steps to create a report of all the payments you made this year to your 1099 vendors through this link: Create a report of payment to vendors that need to go on a 1099.
Once done, manually enter the information in the form by downloading the 1099 printable forms 2019 to avoid the mail and print fee of $58.99.
For future reference, read through this article: Prepare and file 1099s using QuickBooks Online. It also helps you learn about the different tasks you might need to do after filing them electronically.
Let me know if you have additional questions. We're always delighted to help you some more.