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Old 02-04-2018, 12:09 AM
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How to claim earnings

I worked with a business for over six months. He did not take taxes out so I figured I would receive a 1099 but he refuses to give me anything. He does not want IRS to know that he has any employees. Can I claim these earnings?



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Old 02-04-2018, 09:23 AM
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I worked with a business for over six months. He did not take taxes out so I figured I would receive a 1099 but he refuses to give me anything. =========>Since you ?d receive a 1099 from the payer, the payer doesnot need to take taxes from the 1099;aslongas you are a contractor, then the payer should issue you a 1099. He is the one that would need to file a 1099 and give it to you,if he refuses to give it to you but you may report him to the IRS, and your state dept of revenue and tell them he hired you as a contractor.he must issue a 1099 form if you paid an independent contractor more than $600 in the year.


He does not want IRS to know that he has any employees. Can I claim these ===> as mentioned above. You may contact the payer and let him know of this. If he still refuses to give you a 1099 then you can contact the IRS; it is illegal he doesnot want the IRS to know that he has EEs.



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Old 02-10-2018, 09:08 AM
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I worked with a business for over six months. He did not take taxes out so I figured I would receive a 1099 but he refuses to give me anything. =========>Since you ?d receive a 1099 from the payer, the payer doesnot need to take taxes from the 1099;aslongas you are a contractor, then the payer should issue you a 1099.
Does the IRS take care of everything from that point or do you have to do something else to claim the money in that situation? This didn't happen to me yet, but I feel like it could so I'm curious.



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Old 02-11-2018, 07:48 AM
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Does the IRS take care of everything from that point or do you have to do something else to claim the money in that situation? This didn't happen to me yet, but I feel like it could so I'm curious.
if you do not receive the missing or corrected form by February 14 from your employer/payer, you may call the IRS at 800-829-1040 for assistance. When you call, you need : your name, address (including ZIP code), phone number, and social security number. You will also need to provide your employer/payer's name, address (including ZIP code), and phone number, employer identification number (if known), an estimate of the wages you earned, the federal income tax withheld, and your dates of employment. After February 14, the IRS will contact the employer/payer for you and request the missing form; so, bad for the payer; the irs ?d take care of it by contacting the payor. The IRS penalizes the payor for not filing 1099 by the due date since he must send a copy of 1099/1096 to IRS and a copy of 1099 to you , a contractor. He must issue all 1099s including 1099-MISC forms by January 31 after the end of the calendar year. If filing by paper, businesses must file 1099s with the IRS by February 28. If filing electronically, companies must e-file the 1099s with the IRS by March 31.when Your payor paid you a contractor, but did not send you a Form 1099 for the payments. he gets audited, the IRS requests verification of the labor expense, and he must provide the auditor with copies of his checks verifying the payment. the IRS auditor says he cannot deduct an expense if he did not send out Form 1099 to you.also The tax he would owe if your labor expense is disallowed would be staggering.



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