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IRS Information

A 1096 is not required for e-file according to the IRS General 1099 instructions, Part E. Neither is a W-3 required when e-filing according to W-2/W-3 Instructions page 2, column 2 under E-filing.

If you do not have your contractor's SSN/EIN, you may select "I don't know the TIN" and we'll fill in blanks for you.

We strongly recommend that you try our inexpensive W-9 service to obtain a valid TIN before e-filing as the IRS will issue your company a CP2100 for backup withholding if you do not submit an accurate TIN. Please see the 1099 instructions.

Track1099 is approved by the IRS to e-file 1099-series, 1042-S, Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), and by the Social Security Administration to e-file W-2 and W-2C using government secure protocols. The SSA forwards W-2s to the IRS automatically.

No 940/941/943/944 Filing Track1099 does not e-file these forms. Please print, sign and mail them to the IRS.

Important Dates

Jan. 31, 2019 Due date to send 1099-series, W-2, 1095-B and 1095-C forms to Recipients (unless Substitute Payments are reported in 1099-MISC box 8 or Gross Proceeds paid to an attorney are reported in box 14, in which case it's Feb 15). For e-delivery, you must have delivered the email to the Recipient notifying them that their form is ready for pick up.
Jan. 31, 2019 IRS due date to e-file 1099-MISC with Box 7 amounts and W-2 to IRS. Neither 1096 nor W-3 required.
Jan. 31, 2019 IRS due date to mail 940, 943 and 944. However, if you deposited all your tax when it was due, you may file by February 10, 2019.
Mar. 15, 2019 1042-S e-file due to IRS and Recipients.
Apr. 1, 2019 E-file to the IRS all other 1099-series, 1094/1095-B and 1094/1095-C.
Aug. 1, 2019 E-file Corrected 1099s and W-2 to IRS. 1095-C wording is 'as soon as possible'.
Dec. 3, 2019 Last day to e-file

E-delivery requirement for Recipients/Employees from Pg 15 in the General 1099 instructions and Pg 16 in IRS Pub. 1141:

Post, on or before the January 31 or February 15, as applicable, due date, the applicable statement on a website accessible to the recipient through October 15 of that year. Inform the recipient, electronically or by mail, of the posting and how to access and print the statement.

As per the IRS, forms 1042-S and 1098-C may not be furnished electronically. Please mail.

30 day extensions for e-filing 1099s to the IRS are allowed by filing Form 8809 online via http://fire.irs.gov. Form 8809 must be filed by the due date of the returns, either Jan. 31 for W-2 and 1099-MISC with Box 7, March 15 for 1042-S or March 31 for all other forms. You can also request extensions to ACA forms 1094-B/1095-B and 1094-C/1095-C on this site.

30 day extensions to the Jan. 31 recipient deadline
You may request an extension of time to furnish the statements to recipients by sending a letter to Internal Revenue Service, Information Returns Branch, Attn: Extension of Time Coordinator, 240 Murall Drive, Mail Stop 4360, Kearneysville, WV 25430. The letter must include (a) payer name, (b) payer TIN, (c) payer address, (d) type of return, (e) a statement that extension request is for providing statements to recipients, (f) reason for delay, and (g) the signature of the payer or authorized agent. Your request must be postmarked by the date on which the statements are due to the recipients. (Jan. 31)

For information on Sole Proprietors and dba Names, see Pg 10, part J, in the General 1099 Instructions.

IRS Form Instructions

General IRS 1099 Instructions, including e-file and e-delivery.