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kcvac
Level 1

1099

I have a vendor that needs to get a 1099.  There is a payment to this vendor that does not belong on the 1099.  It is for supplies.  I map my 1099 through the Vendor name.  I do not map any of my accounts.  I don't know how to get this charge off of the 1099.  Any advise.

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Best answer January 19, 2021

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Jessica_young
QuickBooks Team

1099

Happy to help, @kcvac.

 

 Vendor mapping is an essential part of creating your 1099s to ensure the results you are looking for. When not mapped, QuickBooks may default to include all Vendor expenses, and as a result, payments which are not supposed to belong on your 1099 were included.

You'll want to follow along with this article to get your 1099's set up: Create and file 1099s with QuickBooks Desktop, paying special attention to line six in Step 4; Map the vendor payment accounts.

 

That should take care of the issue you're seeing! Please let me know if there's anything else I can help with, I'm just a post away! 

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Jessica_young
QuickBooks Team

1099

Happy to help, @kcvac.

 

 Vendor mapping is an essential part of creating your 1099s to ensure the results you are looking for. When not mapped, QuickBooks may default to include all Vendor expenses, and as a result, payments which are not supposed to belong on your 1099 were included.

You'll want to follow along with this article to get your 1099's set up: Create and file 1099s with QuickBooks Desktop, paying special attention to line six in Step 4; Map the vendor payment accounts.

 

That should take care of the issue you're seeing! Please let me know if there's anything else I can help with, I'm just a post away! 

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LHS-
Level 1

1099

Hi there-

This thread is the closest thing I could find for the answer I am looking for. I need to figure out, is there some way to make a customer a vendor for a 1099? I am a plumber and I have two customers ask me for a 1099 from their projects. How do I get them a 1099? 

GlinetteC
Moderator

1099

I'm here to help, LHS-.

 

Quickbooks Desktop offers two ways of changing a name type. You may either delete the name and recreate them under the proper name type. Please be reminded that this can only work if there is no activity for that name. Or make them inactive and recreate under a correct name type.

 

To delete the name of your customer:

 

  1. Go to the Center (Customer Center, Vendor Center, or Employee Center) in which the name currently exists.
  2. Right-click the name and select Delete (Customer:Job/Vendor/Employee).

To make the name inactive:

 

  1. Go to the Center (Customer Center, Vendor Center, or Employee Center) in which the name currently exists.
  2. Right-click the name, and select Make (Customer:Job/Vendor/Employee) inactive.

Here are 1099-related articles for your reference:

 

If you have any other concerns about 1099's, do let me know. I'll be right here to keep helping.

userfavouredangel22
Level 1

1099

Maryland require that 1099 is reported. I need information on how it is done.

RCV
QuickBooks Team
QuickBooks Team

1099

Let me share some information about filing your 1099 form, Okaywow.

 

You can check out the Do I need to file 1099 forms with my state? article to learn how to file 1099 to your state. Then, click the Maryland state for the steps and details. You can also contact your state for more details about this one.  To learn more about filing your 1099, see What is a 1099, and do I need to file one? article. 

 

Additionally, here's an article that ensures compliance with your state's payroll tax regulations: Maryland Payroll Tax Compliance. It also contains details on tax forms, withholdings, unemployment, e-file and pay, general state and agency information, and employer registration.

 

I've got some articles here about setting-up and e-filing your federal forms:

 

I'm just one post away if you need a hand with filing other tax forms or any QBO related. Just add the details to your reply and I'll be there to address them for you. You have a good one.

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