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christy41
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Payment date correction for 1099

The payroll to my contractors did not run on 12/28/2023 as I had expected so I had to redo it on 12/29/23. These were payments that should be included on the contractors 2023 1099 but since it was not deposited until 1/2/2024 it is not showing up on their 1099 for 2023. How can I correct this?

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Best answer January 15, 2024

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ShyMae
QuickBooks Team

Payment date correction for 1099

Warm greetings, Christy. I understand the importance of including all the payments in your contractor's 1099. 

 

If you've already e-filed your 1099 with us beginning in 2024, you can submit an amended 1099 form through QuickBooks Online, QuickBooks Contractor Payments, or QuickBooks Payroll.

 

We can void the payments if you haven't filed the 1099 yet. It doesn't stop a direct deposit from processing and doesn't return funds to you. After that, we can recreate them as regular checks, not direct deposit. 

 

To void processed direct deposit payments:

 

  1. Hover to Expenses, then Vendors.
  2. Select your contractor, look for the payment you want to delete or void, and then select View/Edit.
  3. Click Void, then hit Yes to confirm changes.

 

To create a check: 

 

  1. Hover to + New, then select Check.
  2. Select who you want to address the check from the Payee dropdown.
  3. Fill out the rest of the fields accordingly.
  4. Hit Save and close.

 

Moreover, if you want to look closely at your business's finances, you can run a payroll report. It will provide a detailed summary of your company's payroll expenses, including employee salaries, bonuses, taxes, and other related costs. 

 

Meanwhile, you can read the year-end checklist to wrap up this year's payroll. It includes essential tasks that need to be completed before the end of the year, such as processing employee bonuses, preparing W-2 and 1099 forms, and verifying year-to-date totals for each employee.

 

My support is always here if you need further assistance managing your contractor payments and 1099 forms.  

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ShyMae
QuickBooks Team

Payment date correction for 1099

Warm greetings, Christy. I understand the importance of including all the payments in your contractor's 1099. 

 

If you've already e-filed your 1099 with us beginning in 2024, you can submit an amended 1099 form through QuickBooks Online, QuickBooks Contractor Payments, or QuickBooks Payroll.

 

We can void the payments if you haven't filed the 1099 yet. It doesn't stop a direct deposit from processing and doesn't return funds to you. After that, we can recreate them as regular checks, not direct deposit. 

 

To void processed direct deposit payments:

 

  1. Hover to Expenses, then Vendors.
  2. Select your contractor, look for the payment you want to delete or void, and then select View/Edit.
  3. Click Void, then hit Yes to confirm changes.

 

To create a check: 

 

  1. Hover to + New, then select Check.
  2. Select who you want to address the check from the Payee dropdown.
  3. Fill out the rest of the fields accordingly.
  4. Hit Save and close.

 

Moreover, if you want to look closely at your business's finances, you can run a payroll report. It will provide a detailed summary of your company's payroll expenses, including employee salaries, bonuses, taxes, and other related costs. 

 

Meanwhile, you can read the year-end checklist to wrap up this year's payroll. It includes essential tasks that need to be completed before the end of the year, such as processing employee bonuses, preparing W-2 and 1099 forms, and verifying year-to-date totals for each employee.

 

My support is always here if you need further assistance managing your contractor payments and 1099 forms.  

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