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Overriding the amount on 1099 form

I am just getting my QB desktop going. We have a number of funds, which our auditor would like in separate company files. If I pay a vendor $650 out of one fund and $150 out of another fund, I plan to send them a 1099-Misc for $800 at the end of the year. Since the payments are in two funds, the 1099 won't be for the total amount. Is there a way to override the amount on the 1099 form? I'm asking now because if I can't, I may need to merge three funds in to one company file and I don't want to get too far in to the year and have to start over. Thanks in advance!

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Best answer 02-28-2019

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BRC
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Re: Overriding the amount on 1099 form

There isn't a way, but based on your example there shouldn't be an issue.  You can map multiple accounts to the same 1099 box if desired.

QuickBooks Team

Re: Overriding the amount on 1099 form

Hi there, j_c.

 

I'd like to add to this discussion and share additional insight that you may find helpful.

 

First and foremost, I'm happy to know that you're set on the right path thanks to BRC's response. To make things easier, you could export the data from each of these company files to excel. Then import them to the main company file that you plan to use. For the detailed steps on how to do this, I recommend following this article: Import or export MS Excel files

 

The Community is full of experts possessing knowledge in all facets of QuickBooks, so please reach out to us here if there's anything you need. We're always happy to help you along your road to victory. Wishing you and your business continued success!

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BRC
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Re: Overriding the amount on 1099 form

There isn't a way, but based on your example there shouldn't be an issue.  You can map multiple accounts to the same 1099 box if desired.

j_c
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Re: Overriding the amount on 1099 form

thanks for the info- but the amounts are in different company files (IE, a general operating fund, a capital purchase fund).... I may have to combine some companies....

 

Bummer I can't do it, but at least I know before I get too set up in QB!

I appreciate your help! j_c

j_c
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Re: Overriding the amount on 1099 form

 
QuickBooks Team

Re: Overriding the amount on 1099 form

Hi there, j_c.

 

I'd like to add to this discussion and share additional insight that you may find helpful.

 

First and foremost, I'm happy to know that you're set on the right path thanks to BRC's response. To make things easier, you could export the data from each of these company files to excel. Then import them to the main company file that you plan to use. For the detailed steps on how to do this, I recommend following this article: Import or export MS Excel files

 

The Community is full of experts possessing knowledge in all facets of QuickBooks, so please reach out to us here if there's anything you need. We're always happy to help you along your road to victory. Wishing you and your business continued success!

j_c
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Re: Overriding the amount on 1099 form

Aldrin - thank you! this may be the best solution for me yet!!!

 

I appreciate your help as well!

 

 

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