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syam1
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Can I run 1099 for 2 more new part time employees who are working for 40 hours in a month, could you please clarify me in this regard

I have newly recruited 2 new part time employees will work 40 hours in a month. Can we run 1099 for the new employees using 1099 automated
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Rasa-LilaM
QuickBooks Team

Can I run 1099 for 2 more new part time employees who are working for 40 hours in a month, could you please clarify me in this regard

Welcome aboard to the Community, syam1.


Yes, you can run the 1099 forms automatically in QBO by using the E-file feature. You’ll have to set up the employees as vendors so you can process 1099s for them.


Also, the IRS Form 1099 to a non-employee individual is the tax form you file for employees. Meanwhile, the W-2 is the tax form file for your employees. Check out the following guide for more information: About Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement.


We’ll have to add these suppliers first so you can start tracking the expenses. Let’s go to the Vendors Center to accomplish this task.

 

  1. Tap the Expenses menu on the left panel to choose Vendors.
  2. Then, click the New vendor tab to open the Vendor Information screen.
  3. From there, fill in the field boxes and make sure to tick the box for Track payments for 1099.
  4. Click Save to keep the changes.
  5. Perform the same steps to add the other vendor.1099.ee.png 1099.ee.1.png

For more insights into this process, see the following guide and go to the Set up a contractor in Quickbooks Online section: How to set up contractors and track them for 1099s.


Additionally, these articles provide an overview of how to prepare and file the federal form.

 

Click the Reply button if you have any clarifications or other concerns. I’ll pop right back in to answer them for you. Enjoy the rest of the day.

Rasa-LilaM
QuickBooks Team

Can I run 1099 for 2 more new part time employees who are working for 40 hours in a month, could you please clarify me in this regard

Hello again, syam1.


I’m back to check if you’re able to follow the steps I shared? I want to make sure everything is taken care of, and you can run the 1099s.


Don’t hesitate to get back to this thread if you still have additional questions. I’ll be glad to provide further assistance.

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