Now that you have gone through the year with employees who have filled out a Form W-4 and Form I-9 and/or a subcontractor who has filled out a Form W-9, it is time to put those forms to work.
If you have employees, you have the information you need from the W-4 and I-9 which was completed upon hiring the employee. Use the information on these forms to provide a year-end W-2 Tax Form.
If you have a non-employee who performed more than $600.00 of work for you, you have the information from the completed W-9 to issue them the appropriate Form1099.
- January 31: December is also the end of the 4th quarter. You will have your quarterly Form 941 and your annual Form 940 due by January 31.
- January 31: W-2s are due to your employees no later than January 31.
- January 31: 1099’s are due to the recipient.
- February 28: Form W-3 will need to be filled as a coversheet with the total amounts of Form W-2 when sending to the Social Security Administration. If you are using paper form, the W-2s are due to the SSA by February 28th.
- February 28: Copy A of the 1099 is due to the IRS. This must be preceded with a 1096, which is the “cover letter” to the 1099s. This form is the summation of a group of 1099’s.
Learn about the forms mentioned by reading our previous articles on these topics.
- Stay in compliance with new employees with form W4 and form I9
- What is a 1099?
- Do I need a W-4 or W-9?
- What is a W-9?
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