What software products are people using to print 1099s for your vendors?

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KaraAdams

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    @NeilDiBernardo e-filing and also for printing. E-files is .99c and print and mail is $1.99. They charge minimum $24.95. They do all 1099 and 1096. They have templet that you can use for both 1099 MISC and 1099 NEC or you can enter data manually.

    You can download the software for free and do test drive as well before filing.

    Thanks,

    KaraAdams
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    Thanks!

    KaraAdams
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    We use quickBooks online for our accounting software and they have a 1099 filing service with Intuit. It handled all the new requirements for the 1099NEC and I received confirmation from the IRS that filing was accepted.Couldn't be any easier.


    Best,


    Deirdre Hamill

    Director of Finance

    The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation

    120 West 45th Street

    New York, NY. 10036

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    We use yearli.com, which offers electronic filing and printing (and it saves your information year over year).

    Amy Saxe-Eyler

    Finance and Communications Manager

    San Juan Island Community Foundation

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  • edited January 27

    @NeilDiBernardo We are going to be using Aatrix this year. https://www.aatrix.com

    KaraAdams
  • edited January 28

    @MInalPatel, is this just for e-filing or also for printing for vendors?

    ~Neil

    KaraAdams
  • Accepted Answer

    @NeilDiBernardo e-filing and also for printing. E-files is .99c and print and mail is $1.99. They charge minimum $24.95. They do all 1099 and 1096. They have templet that you can use for both 1099 MISC and 1099 NEC or you can enter data manually.

    You can download the software for free and do test drive as well before filing.

    Thanks,

    KaraAdams
  • Accepted Answer

    Thanks!

    KaraAdams
  • Accepted Answer

    We use quickBooks online for our accounting software and they have a 1099 filing service with Intuit. It handled all the new requirements for the 1099NEC and I received confirmation from the IRS that filing was accepted.Couldn't be any easier.


    Best,


    Deirdre Hamill

    Director of Finance

    The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation

    120 West 45th Street

    New York, NY. 10036

  • Thanks!

  • Accepted Answer

    We use yearli.com, which offers electronic filing and printing (and it saves your information year over year).

    Amy Saxe-Eyler

    Finance and Communications Manager

    San Juan Island Community Foundation

  • Thank you!

  • edited January 28

    @MInalPatel, I downloaded aatrix and ran a draft set, but I'm concerned about finishing the process. It seems like it will want to e-file and print all at the same time, and isn't the IRS filing not due till the end of February? We always send vendors their 1099s now and wait the extra month to file with the IRS in case they have any issues with what we've sent them.

    ~Neil

  • @NeilDiBernardo they will give you option for the date just before you finish. You can pick date that you want to mail to vendors and date when you want to file to IRS. There are 2 different date options.

  • @NeilDiBernardo also I think today is the last day to pick tomorrow 29 Jan. for vendor mailing. After that they will charge you more to last day mailing.

  • Can't I print them and mail them to the vendors myself?

  • For Aatrix no they will print and mail or efile.

    You can create a templet, print and mail yourself. That's what I did last year since Csuite does not have option to print 1099. It took long time to set up templet that's why this year we decide to use Aatrix.

  • You created your own template? That's more my style! LOL! Any change you'd care to share it?

    ~Neil

  • My templets won't work because the forms have change this year otherwise I would have share. One of the reason we decide to use outside service. You can create Excel templet.

  • Ah, of course. Thanks for taking the time to respond.

    ~Neil

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