The IRS has announced that it plans to make some changes to Form 1099-MISC. After two years, the IRS has come up with yet another update for Form 1099-MISC. So what is it? Let’s talk about it.
Overview Of Form 1099-MISC
Form 1099-MISC, commonly used for reporting miscellaneous information, reports payments such as rent, cash prizes, awards, healthcare payments, and more.
The primary purpose of issuing a 1099-MISC is to report certain payments made to contractors. Form 1099-MISC reports fees paid to an attorney, any direct sales of consumer products totaling more than $5,000 for resale, and more.
Until 2019, Box-7 of Form 1099-MISC was used for reporting compensations made to nonemployees.
However, at the beginning of 2020, IRS restored Form 1099-NEC, which required payers to report non-employee compensations amounting to $600 or more, made in a tax year, on the newly restored form 1099-NEC.
Box 7 was replaced with Form 1099-NEC, and now, Box 7 on the 1099-MISC form is used for reporting direct sales of $5000 or more for resale.
What Are The Changes To 1099-MISC For The Tax Year 2022-23?
Unlike the drastic changes that were made to Form 1099-MISC in 2020, the current changes to Form 1099-MISC for the 2022-23 tax year are much more subtle.
Let’s take a look at them.
Changes To Box 13
Before 2022, Box 13 was used for reporting excess golden parachute payments, and now it denotes the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) filing requirement.
Note: The FATCA filing requirement has always been a part of Form 1099-MISC. However, it now has a designated space within the form in Box 13.
Changes To Box 14
Box 14 was previously used for reporting nonqualified deferred compensations, but now it is used for reporting excess golden parachute payments.
Changes To Box 15
Previously, Box 15 reported the state tax withheld, but now it reports non-qualified deferred compensation information.
Changes To Box 16
Box 16 was used for reporting the payer’s state number, but with the new update, it’s used for reporting the state-withheld taxes.
Changes To Box 17
Box 17 was previously used to report the state income, and now it is used to report the state/payer’s state number.
Form 1099-MISC filing deadline
Here are the 1099-MISC deadlines for the 2023 tax year based on the deadlines issued by the IRS for the 2022-23 tax year.
|Recipient Copy (No Data in Box 8 or 10)||31 January 2023|
|Recipient Copy (With Data in Box 8 or 10)||15 February 2023|
|Paper Filing||28 February 2023|
|E-Filing||31 March 2023|
Know The Requirements For Form 1099-MISC
- Payers must report every payment over $600 in rent, prizes and awards, medical and healthcare payments, cash payments, payments made to attorneys, and more on Form 1099-MISC
- Additionally, use Form 1099-MISC to report direct sales of at least $5,000 of consumer products made to a buyer for resale anywhere other than permanent established retail.
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