1099 Software for 2018


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Use this 2018 1099 software to file unlimited 1099 returns with the IRS and state departments of revenue through paper and electronic filing. You can also use to furnish 1099 forms to recipients on paper or PDF documents. Import 1099 forms from Excel, QuickBooks, Sage, Dynamics and other sources.The software can also be ordered with compatible paper, forms, envelopes and other supplies.

E-File 1099s with both states that do participate in the combined fed / state filing program and states that require direct upload. Some of the states that require direct 1099 upload include Connecticut, Delaware, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

Import 1099s from many accounting systems such as: Accounting Seed, Bill.com, Abila MIP Fund Accounting, NewViews Accounting Software, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Orchestrated Business Management Software, Compeat Restaurant Accounting System, Zoho Books, AccountEdge accounting software, AccountingSuite Online Accounting & Inventory, FreshBooks, GreenSlate Accounting Software, TOPS ONE Condo and HOA Management Software, WP1099 WordPress plugin, ASAP Accounting and Payroll Software, ParishSOFT Accounting (PSA) Software, Aplos Nonprofit Software, BMS CaseLink Office / TrustWorks, AccountEdge Software.

If you used the software in 2017 then you can easily bring over your recipients and forms data using the rollover feature, plug-in 2018 amounts and print / submit returns.

What's New for Tax Year 2018?

2018 1099 Due Dates

Send 2018 1099-MISC Copy B to the recipient by January 31, 2019.

File 1099-MISC Copy A with the IRS by January 31, 2019, if you are reporting payments in box 7 (Nonemployee compensation).

File 1099-MISC Copy A on paper with the IRS by February 28, 2019, if you are NOT reporting payments in box 7 (Nonemployee compensation).

File 1099-MISC Copy A electronically with the IRS by April 1, 2019, if you are NOT reporting payments in box 7 (Nonemployee compensation).

Very important for 2018 filing season and beyond: If any of your Forms 1099-MISC reporting Nonemployee compensation will be filed after the January 31, 2019 due date, separate the submission of those Forms 1099-MISC from the submission of any Forms 1099-MISC that do not report NEC. So if you are filing on paper separate submissions, each with its own Form 1096.