2013-1099 Year End Reporting is designed to make your job easier and save your company money.
We provide the most current information in an easy to understand forum. We have researched the new regulations and identified the best practices in your industry. We have written new policies and procedures and updated our resources. Plan to have your department listen.
On-line Seminar Agenda
Determine Who Should Receive A 1099 and Identify Reportable Payments.
- Find out the #1 question you must ask an LLC to determine correct 1099 reporting.
- Gain a solid understanding of the NEW IRS draft Form W-9 for 2014
- Learn how to quickly identify reportable payments; the form to report on and the box to report in.
- Identify how to report settlements, attorney payments, and making payments on behalf of others.
- Take home an updated NCS W-9 to make sure you get the correct information you need the first time.
- Learn the NEW System the IRS has implemented to issuing EIN’ numbers and immediately be able to identify the type of entity you are paying and who to report to.
- Understand the difference between an LLC, S Corp, C Corp, and disregarded entity for correct 1099 reporting in 2013.
Zero In On the Most Important Forms and Boxes in 1099 Reporting.
- Understand the new 2013 1099 Form-Box by Box.
- Identify the 3 boxes on Form 1099-MISC the IRS looks at first.
- Take home a 2013″ At A Glance Chart” for reportable payments and 1099 Forms.
- Review sample transactions and determine correct forms and boxes for reporting.
- Learn the latest IRS Updates for 1099 reporting.
Understand the Nuts and Bolts of 1099 Reporting to Insure Your Forms Are Correct Every time.
- Learn why the IRS wants everyone to file 1099 Forms electronically
- Identify the policies and procedures the IRS will ask for in an audit.
- Learn the best practices for filing 1099 Forms on paper or electronic.
- Identify the upgrades the IRS has made to the TIN Matching System and how they can save you time every time you use it.
- Learn the 4 steps for filing corrections on paper and electronically.
State, Local and NRA Reporting Overview
- Learn the NEW Regulations requiring banks to report in 2013 certain deposit interest to NRA’s on Form 1042-S.
- Review an at a glance State Reporting Chart.
- Identify the top five NRA reporting “HOT SPOTS”
- Learn when a payment to a non-U.S. person is reportable on Form 1042-S
- Information reporting in the future- A glance ahead.
This class will be 2 sessions-January 21 & 22(10:30am-2:00pm CST)
| Level: Basic | CPE Credits: 7 | Prerequisites: None
Registration Fee: $399
1099 Year-End Reporting 2013 Online
Did you miss us when we came to your city? Register for our FINAL 1099 Year-End Reporting 2013 Online.
January 21-22, 2014 10:30am-2:00pm CST, each day
Enter “Online” for location when you register.