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springsbarb
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I have QuickBooks self-employed and I need to create 1099 forms for my contractors. They are both individuals (SSN) and businesses (EIN). What should I do?

 
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ReymondO
QuickBooks Team

I have QuickBooks self-employed and I need to create 1099 forms for my contractors. They are both individuals (SSN) and businesses (EIN). What should I do?

I'll help you send your 1099s to the IRS, @springsbarb.

QuickBooks Self-Employed (QBSE) helps track your income, expenses, mileage, and tax info. However, creating 1099 forms for your contractors inside the program is unavailable.

 

Although, you can sign up to our E-file service (standalone) website. This way, you can add your contractor's details and file their 1099-MISC forms to the IRS.

 

Here's how:

 

  1. Go to the 1099 E-File Service page, select Start for Free.
  2. Enter your email address and select No, I'll enter my 1099 data. Then, click Continue.
  3. If the email address you entered does not yet have an Intuit account, you will go through the standard process of creating an Intuit Account, and then select Sign Up.intuit service1.PNG
  4. After you click Sign Up, you will see this screen.intuit service.PNG
  5. If your email address already has an associated Intuit account, you will go through the standard sign-in process and select your company from there.

 

You can also check our 1099 E-file service fees on this link: http://payroll.intuit.com/additional-services/1099/efile-1099/.


For more details, please see this article:  How to file 1099-MISC forms using an e-file service.

I'm still here if you have other questions in regards to filing taxes. Just post your questions here, I'll respond as soon as possible. Have a good day.

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ReymondO
QuickBooks Team

I have QuickBooks self-employed and I need to create 1099 forms for my contractors. They are both individuals (SSN) and businesses (EIN). What should I do?

I'll help you send your 1099s to the IRS, @springsbarb.

QuickBooks Self-Employed (QBSE) helps track your income, expenses, mileage, and tax info. However, creating 1099 forms for your contractors inside the program is unavailable.

 

Although, you can sign up to our E-file service (standalone) website. This way, you can add your contractor's details and file their 1099-MISC forms to the IRS.

 

Here's how:

 

  1. Go to the 1099 E-File Service page, select Start for Free.
  2. Enter your email address and select No, I'll enter my 1099 data. Then, click Continue.
  3. If the email address you entered does not yet have an Intuit account, you will go through the standard process of creating an Intuit Account, and then select Sign Up.intuit service1.PNG
  4. After you click Sign Up, you will see this screen.intuit service.PNG
  5. If your email address already has an associated Intuit account, you will go through the standard sign-in process and select your company from there.

 

You can also check our 1099 E-file service fees on this link: http://payroll.intuit.com/additional-services/1099/efile-1099/.


For more details, please see this article:  How to file 1099-MISC forms using an e-file service.

I'm still here if you have other questions in regards to filing taxes. Just post your questions here, I'll respond as soon as possible. Have a good day.

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springsbarb
Level 1

I have QuickBooks self-employed and I need to create 1099 forms for my contractors. They are both individuals (SSN) and businesses (EIN). What should I do?

Thanks so much @ReymondO ! This is exactly what I was looking for. I appreciate your time!

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