Author: Marcia Miller
||2 hours for CPAs
2 hours Federal Tax Related for EAs and OTRPs
2 hours Federal Tax Law for CTEC
As another year passes, we still are following the complicated revisions and repeals of the 1099 rules and the recent introduction to the IRS "amnesty" program for misclassified workers. It is imperative that we look back to the history of information reporting and be familiar with the rules that still remain or have been added to keep us compliant in the future.
Publication Date: December 2017
Attorneys, CFOs, CPAs, Enrolled Agents, Accounts Payable and Human Resources Department Heads.
- Information Reporting Rules and Regulations & Its Future Impact for Businesses
- Requirements for Compliance to Avoid New Penalty Costs
- Independent Contractor Issues
- IRS Voluntary Worker Classification Settlement Program (VSCP)
- Legislative Developments affecting Forms 1099-B, 1099-C & 1099-K
- Identify Internal Revenue Service's plan to minimize the "tax gap"
- Recognize the new regulations and learn about 1099 Compliance to avoid costly penalties
- Differentiate the current revised forms & regulations & anticipate what's next in the "World of 1099 Reporting"
- Recognize the due date for companies electronically filing a 1099 in excess of 250
- Identify the process to request additional time to file information returns
- Differentiate backup withholdings and how they apply to different circumstances
- Evaluate failures under Section 6721 and when to file correct information
- Identify exceptions to penalties and when they apply
- Recognize which form must be filed in order to transmit electronic information returns
- Recognize reasonable cause for penalty abatement
- Differentiate statements about 1042's
- Define a foreign person
- Recognize relief requirement under Section 530
- Describe controls courts use to determine employee status
- Identify types of behavioral, financial control, and the relationship of the parties
- Recognize which form to report credit card payments reported by a third party on