Intuit doesn't support corrections for 1099-MISC as stated in the FAQs section of their article: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Employees-and-payroll-taxes/Prepare-and-file-your-1099s-usin...
It hyperlinks to the General Instructions for Centain Information Returns which includes 1099-MISC. In Section F of that instruction, there is a sub-section for reporting incorrect tax payer's name. And I quote:
"How to report incorrect payer name and/or TIN. If a
payer discovers an error in reporting the payer (not
recipient) name and/or TIN, write a letter containing the
1. Name and address of the payer.
2. Type of error (including the incorrect payer
name/TIN that was reported).
3. Tax year.
4. Payer TIN.
5. Transmitter Control Code (TCC).
6. Type of return.
7. Number of payees.
8. Filing method (paper or electronic).
9. Was federal income tax withheld?
Send the letter to:
Internal Revenue Service
Information Returns Branch
230 Murall Drive, Mail Stop 4360
Kearneysville, WV 25430"
Good day, NCHoya09.
You can request for a Transmitter Control Code (TCC) to the IRS. Please go to this link: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f4419.pdf.
I'd also recommend contacting our Customer Care Support team so they can further assist you with this.
I'm adding this article about 1099 common questions for your guide:
Please don't hesitate to get back into this thread if you need help.
I called the IRS directly and can confirm that that is NOT the right thing to do.
The TCC is given to the company or Registered Agent who originally files the return, in this case Quickbooks/Intuit. See https://www.irs.gov/e-file-providers/become-an-authorized-e-file-provider
I spent an hour with a (based on very strong accent) foreign QuickBooks customer service rep and screen-shared my computer to explain it all. She finally said I should call the IRS. After another hour on hold, the IRS rep confirmed that I must obtain the TCC code from QuickBooks because they filed my return.. The IRS cannot provide it to me directly and told me to call Intuit. Rock... meet hard place. Billable hours spent with Intuit/IRS customer service reps: 3 hours
I am just going to write “unable to obtain from Intuit/QuickBooks" for that information and hope I get credit for making a good-faith effort. These are the sort of issues that rise up when companies get so large that customer service is outsourced to other countries, and you then have to try/fail to explain the US tax system.
We don't want you to experience this inconvenience. Please know that it's our top priority to help you with any concerns you have, @NCHoya09. And I'd like to make it up with you.
Getting a Transmitter Control Code (TCC) depends on how you file the form. If you trying to file the form outside QuickBook with Intuit's TCC, you must obtain your own TCC from the IRS.
However, If you're trying to file it electronically via QuickBooks, you can use the Intuit's TCC. And for you get it, you can contact our Customer Support Team again. I understand that you've already contacted them before but Intuit's TCC should be provided to you privately.
Here's how to reach them:
I'm adding this article to learn more about preparing and filing 1099: Prepare and file 1099s.
Keep in touch if you need further assistance with this, or if there's anything else I can do for you. I've got your back. Have a good day.
As referenced by my peer above, if you file it electronically via QuickBooks, you can use the Intuit's TCC. To get it, you can contact our Customer Support Team.
All filers must obtain approval from the Internal Revenue Service, Technical Services Operation (TSO), and be assigned a Transmitter Control Code (TCC) before electronically filing.
Here's how to contact us:
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I'd be glad hearing from you soon, please let me know if you need further assistance. Have a great day!
Thanks for following this thread, Tiffiny Taylor Krugh.
Obtaining the TCC depends on how you file your 1099s. Since you used QuickBooks in submitting the forms, you can get the code from us. Then, use it in filing a correction.
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