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I changed my rent expense entry from a bill to an expense because I changed the the way we paid the landlord. The expense entries not showing on 1099. Why?

 
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I changed my rent expense entry from a bill to an expense because I changed the the way we paid the landlord. The expense entries not showing on 1099. Why?

The reply is an answer to missing info on the 1099's but not the answer I needed.  In my case I had several months worth of rent payments showing on the 1099 and then missing the rest of the year.  I actually found the answer in digging a little deeper.  My remaining payments did not show on the 1099 because I changed the method of payment from a check to a credit card.  

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I changed my rent expense entry from a bill to an expense because I changed the the way we paid the landlord. The expense entries not showing on 1099. Why?

Hi there, @HWETN.

 

Let's make sure to track the payments for your landlord to show the expense on your 1099 report. Here's how.

 

In your QuickBooks Online (QBO):

  1. Go to the Expense menu.
  2. Select your landlord.
  3. Click Edit from the top right corner.
  4. Select Track payments for 10991.PNG
  5. Once done, click Save.

You can also read this article for more details (Read Run a report that lists your 1099 vendors section): Create a 1099 report for vendors and vendor payments.

 
In case your vendor is missing from your 1099 summary report, you can refer to his article for the details: Vendor missing from 1099 Summary Report or 1099 Efile Service.

 

You can also visit our Income and expenses page in case you want to learn some tips on managing your expenses in QBO.

 

I'm always here to help if you have other concerns in entering expense in your QBO account. Have a great day! 

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I changed my rent expense entry from a bill to an expense because I changed the the way we paid the landlord. The expense entries not showing on 1099. Why?

The reply is an answer to missing info on the 1099's but not the answer I needed.  In my case I had several months worth of rent payments showing on the 1099 and then missing the rest of the year.  I actually found the answer in digging a little deeper.  My remaining payments did not show on the 1099 because I changed the method of payment from a check to a credit card.  

View solution in original post

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