E-file Form 1099-MISC Online for 2022 Tax Year
Tax2efile is an IRS-approved, that helps you to File Form 1099-MISC Online quickly without any
What is a 1099-MISC Form?
An IRS 1099-MISC Form is used to report the miscellaneous income made by self-employed people during the tax
Form 1099 MISC is to operate and businesses payments for services such as:
- Medical and health care
- Fish purchased from persons engaged in the trade of fishing
- Notional principal contract to an individual, partnership, or estate.
- Payments made to an attorney
- Fishing boat proceeds
Tax2efile easy and fast steps to e-file Form 1099-MISC
- Create your free account
- Enter Tax Information
- Submit to IRS
The 1099-MISC tax form may also be used for reporting direct sales of at least $5,000 of consumer
products to a buyer for resale anywhere other than a retail establishment. If you are required to file 250 MISC
forms or more during the year, you must file electronically. This rule is applied separately to each 1099 Form type.
Recipients on Form 1099-MISC report the amounts listed as income on their annual income tax return. Penalties for
a failure to file in a timely manner, failure to include all information required, etc. may result in a penalty
from $50-$290 per form depending on the date of submission.
How to File 1099-MISC Form?
Information required to E-file Form 1099-MISC:
- Payers Information (Name, TIN or EIN or SSN, and
- Recipient Details (Name, TIN or EIN or SSN,
- Non-employee compensation
- Federal income tax withheld
- State Filing Details: State Income, Payer State Number, and State Tax Withheld
E-file your Form 1099-MISC
Watch a step-by-step video to E-file Form 1099-MISC with IRS.
Who Needs to File 1099-MISC?
If you have made payments of $600 or more to an induvial or other business for jobs or services that fall into
any of the following, you need to file Form 1099 MISC.
- Prizes and awards
- Generally, the cash paid from a notional principal contract to an individual, partnership, or estate
- Any fishing boat proceeds
- Medical and health care payments
- Crop insurance proceeds
- Payments to an attorney
- Section 409A deferrals
- Nonqualified deferred compensation
Before 2022, if you hire a contractor to do work for you and pay them $600 or more you will be required to file
Form 1099-MISC. Following 2021 such payments are no longer a part of for 1099 MISC. There are many types of 1099
Forms for specific purposes such as recording interest received, dividends earned, or compensation from contracted work done.
Not sure what return to file?
Contact the Tax2efile team, we can help you to determine what you need to e-file 1099
Miscellaneous and when.
The easiest way to file any of your 1099 Forms online is to E-file them.
E-filing ensures that the process is convenient and easy for you, as it can be saved and worked on at your
convenience. You will receive copies of your 1099s Forms in printable documents to print out and save for your
records. If you must file more than 250 IRS 1099-MISC Forms, the IRS requires you E-file them. When you are
ready to file, Tax2efile will be happy to assist you through the process.
When is the 1099-MISC due date 2022?
The due date to file Form 1099-MISC with the IRS electronically is March 31st of the
following year. If you are reporting 1099 MISC under box 8 or box 10 the due date to submit the form is February
15th of the following year. If the statement is properly addressed and mailed (or with respect to e-filing,
posted to a website) on or before the deadline it will be deemed timely furnished.
|E-filing with IRS
|Paper Filing with IRS
|E-filing under box 8 or box 10
Note: If the due date/deadline falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or federal
holiday, the filer will need to E-file on the next business day.
Why File 1099-MISC Online?
Form 1099-MISC (aka Miscellaneous Income) is furnished to IRS for the purpose of reporting all earnings of
self-employed individuals. This miscellaneous form is filed so the IRS knows when someone has received
Miscellaneous Income and that taxes shall be paid on it (assuming any are owed).
The 1099 tax software is one of the best tools that the IRS has in making sure that
self-employed contractors don't underreport their earnings and are taxed appropriately. Taxes owed by
self-employed are calculated based on what they have been paid during the tax year. Penalties are imposed and
enforced if a hiring firm intentionally fails to file 1099-MISC for independent contractors. Late penalties are
also imposed if a self-employed person fails to report income over $600 as listed on the 1099-MISC Tax Form. Due
to the IRS receiving 1099-MISC copy A when a business files, they are aware of the amount of income paid so it’s
always the best policy, to be honest.
Still Have Questions?
Form 1099-MISC is used for miscellaneous payments made for business or trade in the
Details required to file Form 1099-MISC is: Payer Information & Tin of Payer,
Recipient Information, Tin of, Recipient Tin as well as any amounts
Yes, Tax2efile offers a bulk upload feature that allows the user to upload all the
payers to an excel sheet for a faster process.
Tax2efile allows you to correct a mistake to the payer’s information for TINs, Names
Yes, Tax2efile offers printing and mailing service! Our dedicated team will print
and mail out each form you filed.
Using our fast electronic service, you can complete your filing within 5 minutes.
To file Form 1099-MISC for a single return the filing fee is $3.25.
The IRS requires Form 1099-MISC to be submitted by February 28 through the mail and
by March 31 if you file the form electronically however, recipients’ copy should be
mailed by January 31.
The penalty can be from $50 per 1099 form, the maximum penalty can be up to $194,000.
The penalty increases to $100 per 1099 form if you submit more than 30 days after
the due date, but by August 1; the maximum penalty is $556,500. If you file after
August 1, the penalty increases to $280 per 1099 form, with a maximum of $3,392,000.
Additionally, there are penalties for failure to furnish the payee statement.
If you have more questions, please refer to our FAQ page.