Line by line Form 1099-Q Instructions for 2022 Tax Year
Updated on August 24, 2022 - 10:30 AM by Admin, TaxBandits
Form 1099-Q is an IRS tax form sent to the individual who receives a distribution from the Qualified Tuition Program (QTP) or a Coverdell education savings account (CESA). These distributions can be taxable depending on how the taxpayer/beneficiary spends the funds.
1. Form 1099-Q Overview
Form 1099-Q is an IRS tax form used to report distributions from a qualified educational program, including the 529 plan or a Coverdell Education Savings Account (Coverdell ESA). These distributions or rollovers can be taxable depending on how the beneficiary spends them.
This form must be completed by the administrator of the account or the individuals that contribute to the qualified educational program.
For instance, if someone has contributed money to a 529 plan or Coverdell Education Savings Account (Coverdell ESA) and nominated you as the beneficiary, you will receive Form 1099-Q when you start using the funds from the program.
2. What are the Requirements for Filing Form 1099-Q?
The IRS requires the following information to be reported on Form 1099-Q:
Payers' Information (Name, address, telephone number )
- Payers' TIN
- Recipient TIN
Recipient Information (Name, address, telephone number )
- Gross Distribution
Account Number (the account number is required when the filer reports more than one Form 1099-Q and uses multiple accounts for the recipient.)
3. What are the Line by Line instructions to Complete your Form 1099-Q?
Form 1099-Q consists of six boxes. Here we have broken down Form 1099-Q and explained in detail the information required in each box.
Box 1: is used to report the gross distribution paid over the past year from a QTP or Coverdell ESA (including cash and in-kind distributions).
Box 2: is used to report the earning part of the gross distribution
from Box 1.
Box 3: is used to report the basics of the gross distribution reported
in Box 1.
Box 4: should be checked off if it is a trustee to trustee transfer, which includes a rollover from QTP (Qualified Training Program)
Box 5: reports whether the gross distribution was from QTP or
Box 6: reports whether or not the recipient is the designated beneficiary.
4. When is the Deadline for Filing Form 1099-Q?
Like other IRS forms, Form 1099-Q has three different deadlines for recipient copies, paper filing, and electronic filing.
Recipient Copy - The deadline for sending the recipient copy falls on January 31st, 2023 for thetax year 2022.
Paper Copy - The deadline for filing paper copies falls on February 28th, 2023 forthe tax year 2022.
E-Filing - The deadline for e-filing Form 1099-Q falls on March 31st, 2023 for the tax year 2022.
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