At this page I read "The IRS uses third-party information reporting on forms in the 1099 series to increase voluntary compliance and improve collections. Beginning in 2011, legislation requires reporting of income in two areas: payment card (credit, debit and certain electronic transactions) and securities basis reporting." I understand and agree that payments made through Intuit Payment Network using a credit or debit card would be excluded from a 1099 issued to me by my client. I'm still unconvinced that Bank Transfers should be excluded since they do not involve a payment card. Do Bank Transfers fall under the "certain electronic transactions" and would, therefore, be reported to the IRS by Intuit Payment Network and not on a 1099 form from my client?