Welcome to the Community. I can provide clarification on adding the address of a contractor that resides in Puerto Rico.
QuickBooks Online supports e-filing 1099's for contractors in any of the 50 states and U.S. Territories, including Puerto Rico. You would need to add the two-letter territory abbreviation in the State field, which for Puerto Rico is PR.
You can locate additional information about this, including other supported U.S. Territories, in the section FAQs & Troubleshooting of the following link: 1099 E-File Service: QuickBooks Online Setup, Troubleshooting, & FAQs.
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Hello there, @clbrown84,
Right now, Puerto Rico (PR) is an unsupported US territory when entering your contractor's address in Intuit Online Payroll.
You might want to consider our other product, which is QuickBooks Online Payroll (QBOP), so you can add PR to your contractor's address. With this, I'd suggest visiting this website: QBOP Plans. This link lets you view the comparison and pricing chart between the online and payroll versions of QuickBooks. Once you've chosen the right plan for you, that's the time to create a new company.
Once done, activate the payroll service inside your QuickBooks Online account by performing the steps below:
The screenshot below shows you the first three steps.
After that, follow the steps provided by SheilaGraceA above on how to manually add the PR address in the Vendor Information window. For detailed instructions, go through this article: Add, Edit, and Inactivate Contractors.
You can always visit this website: 1099s Overview. This link helps you get answers to frequently asked questions about the 1099-MISC forms, such as filing them through the program.
I'm here anytime you have other concerns. Have a great day, @clbrown84.