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pureskindurango
Level 1

Missing W-9's from some of my vendors. I see I can send 1099 w/o this info, receive w/note from IRS, send to Vendor, etc. But how can I get QBOP to efile/print?

 
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JessT
QuickBooks Team

Missing W-9's from some of my vendors. I see I can send 1099 w/o this info, receive w/note from IRS, send to Vendor, etc. But how can I get QBOP to efile/print?

Hi there, pureskindurango.

 

QuickBooks will turn the name of the contractor into red if there's missing information for 1099 filing. You can let them enter their W-9 information if you don't have it with you. Just open the contractors' profiles, and click the Send email hyperlink.

 

When they receive the email, they will see a link to log in using their Intuit credentials and enter their W9 information. Or, they can opt to sign up for a free account if they don't have one yet.

 

Once you have your sub-contractions information, you can prepare and file 1099 forms.

 

We're just around if you have other questions about filing 1099 forms.

DB2Contractors
Level 1

Missing W-9's from some of my vendors. I see I can send 1099 w/o this info, receive w/note from IRS, send to Vendor, etc. But how can I get QBOP to efile/print?

What if the vendor refuses to provide their W-9 TIN info?

The IRS requires I still file 1099 for the vendor and as long as I have attempted three times to obtain the information, my company should not face a penalty but the vendor might!

How is that handled with QBO?

Thank you!

JasroV
QuickBooks Team

Missing W-9's from some of my vendors. I see I can send 1099 w/o this info, receive w/note from IRS, send to Vendor, etc. But how can I get QBOP to efile/print?

I can imagine the situation you’re in right now, @DB2Contractors.

 

QuickBooks will need to have your vendor Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) to process your 1099. Since they won't cooperate, I suggest submitting your 1099 outside QuickBooks.

 

This way, we can avoid any late fees and penalties in filing your 1099.

 

I'm also adding this article that you can read for guidance in case you run into some issues in your 1099: Troubleshoot common 1099 issues.  

 

You can always tag me in your reply if you have any other concerns or questions with your 1099 or with your account. Keeping you in working order is my top priority. Have a great weekend!

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