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Do I need Form 1099 or 1042-S as a remote independent contractor?
What she earned while in the US is US taxable income and yes she needs to report that to the IRS and possibly the state where she worked.Determining her residency status is a little more complex, you might start at: Determining Alien Tax Status
Do marketplaces using Balanced need to provide 1099's to merchants?
As a payment processor, Balanced is responsible for reporting 1099-K forms to the IRS and the payee under certain conditions. Most businesses are responsible for reporting non-employee compensation through the 1099-misc form. Here are the requirements for reporting 1099-misc:What is nonemployee compensation?   If the following four conditions are met, you must generally report a payment as nonemployee compensation.You made the payment to someone who is not your employee;You made the payment for services in the course of your trade or business (including government agencies and nonprofit organizations);You made the payment to an individual, partnership, estate, or, in some cases, a corporation; andYou made payments to the payee of at least $600 during  the year.Instructions for Form 1099-MISC (2012)Here are the requirements for reporting 1099-K:Beginning in January, 2012, payment settlement entities (PSEs) are required by the Housing Assistance Tax Act of 2008 to report on Form 1099-K the following transactions:All payments made in settlement of payment card transactions (e.g., credit card);Payments in settlement of third party network transactions IF:    Gross payments to a participating payee exceed $20,000; AND    There are more than 200 transactions with the participating payee.New 1099-K Reporting Requirements for Payment Settlement Entities
What business entity is best for receiving Form 1099 (tax wise), LLC, sole-proprietorship, or S corporation?
A person gets a 1099 when a company hires that person.A corporation does not get a 1099. Did you issue a 1099 to your local grocery store, or your hardware store, or to your auto repair shop? No.No business entity receives a 1099.
Do I still get the 1099 form from Uber if I am driving under my S corp?
Excellent question - if your contract with Uber is with you personally, they will likely still issue you a 1099. If you are properly set up as an S-Corp you can assign your income and report that you assigned it on your personal taxes. The challenge here is that you need to be very careful in ensuring you actually qualify as an S-Corp and if you do you are required to take reasonable compensation to ensure you are meeting IRS guidelines. You may also want to request that Uber changes your contract to your Company.Vestboard, personal equity advisors
Should an S corporation issue a 1099 form if it makes a payment to a company conducting an exhibition where the S corporation is taking part?
Bottom-line: With a $50 penalty for failing to file and no harm to anyone for filing what you actually paid, the rule of thumb for 1099s is “When in doubt, file it”.Tips:Business expense but not merchandise - You do not have to file 1099 on merchandise purchases.Inc. - If the vendor displays “Inc” in their company name then they are required to be incorporated. You do not have to file a 1099 for incorporated entity.LLC, Company, LLP, etc - These are not necessarily corporations & unless you have a signed W-9, then you probably should file a 1099 to be safe.Get a signed W-9 - Apart from these tips, the surest way to know is to have them provide you a signed Form W-9. Best Practice Tip: It is good practice to send a Form W-9 for completion whenever establishing a new Vendor account. Here is the IRS form: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/...Reference: IRS Publication “Instructions for 1099-Misc” https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/...Karl SextonPartner / Sr. Business AccountantAccounting On-Call Inc.O. (813) 641-4262?karl@accountingoncall.netwebsite: Accounting On-Call | Tax | Payroll | Bookkeeping
What is the date of sale of a home considered for tax purposes?
In California we get an escrow statement.  Its called the Final Closing statement and you use the date on the statement.  I know other states do things differently.Per Wikipedia"Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is the title of qualified accountants in numerous countries in the English-speaking world. In the United States they will have passed the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examinationand will have met additional state education and experience requirements for membership in their respective professional accounting bodies and certification as a CPA. Individuals who have passed the exam but have not either accomplished the required on-the-job experience or have previously met it and who have lapsed their continuing professional education or have requested to be converted to inactive status are, in many states, permitted the designation "CPA Inactive" or an equivalent phrase. In most U.S. states, only CPAs who are licensed are able to provide to the public attestation (including auditing) opinions on financial statements. The exceptions to this rule are Arizona, Kansas, and North Carolina where the "CPA" designation and the practice of auditing are not restricted. Many CPAs are members of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants or their state CPA society.Many states prohibit the use of the designations "Certified Public Accountant" by a person who is not certified as a CPA in that state. As a result, in many circumstances, an out-of-state CPA is restricted from using the CPA designation until a license or certificate from that state is obtained.Texas additionally prohibits the use of the designations "accountant" and "auditor" by a person not certified as a Texas CPA, unless that person is a CPA in another state, is a non-resident of Texas, and otherwise meets the requirements for practice in Texas by out-of-state CPA firms and practitioners.[1]";"What is the account number for Form 1099 for 2011?"