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Form 1099 Corrections

Any errors found on an accepted Form 1099 return need to be corrected immediately. This can be done by filing a Form 1099 Correction with TaxBandits. When filing a correction, only file the returns that need to be corrected. Filing your original return again will negate the purpose and be rejected.

How to correct 1099 forms

There are two types of errors that can be corrected on Form 1099:

Type 1 error includes reporting the incorrect payments, codes, or when you realized the return should not have been filed for the recipient.

Type 2 error includes missing or incorrect payee Taxpayer Identification Number, incorrect name, or the Original return filed using the wrong type of return.

You can e-file 1099 Correction Forms for Type 1 or Type 2 errors whether you filed originally with TaxBandits or with other service providers!

How to Correct Payer Information on an Accepted 1099 Form

If you discover an error regarding the payer’s name, address, and/or TIN, you must write a letter to IRS that contains the following information:

  • Name and address of payer
  • Type of error (include the incorrect payer name/TIN that was reported)
  • Tax year
  • Correct payer TIN
  • TCC (Transmitter Control Code)
  • Type of return
  • Number of payees
  • Filing method, paper or electronic
  • If federal income tax was withheld

Form 1099 Correction IRS Mailing Address:

With TaxBandits, you can easily generate the corrected payer information for free of cost and you can download the letter and mail it to the IRS.

How to correct state information on your Form 1099

The following state information errors can be corrected on Form 1099:

  • State tax withheld
  • State/Payer’s state number
  • State income

The state filing corrections can be filed to the IRS through CF/SF program. However, this can be done ONLY when both federal and state reporting have been affected for correction OR only when federal reporting is affected.

Errors which apply ONLY to a STATE FILING requirement should be sent directly to the state, even if the state comes under CF/SF program.

Also, the filers should send the 1099 corrected forms DIRECTLY to the state which is NOT a part of CF/SF program.

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Filing Corrected 1099 Returns

If you are paper filing, check the box ‘corrected’ and make the necessary changes before you send it back to the IRS and to your recipients.

E-filing 1099 Correction Forms are simple. Just add a 1099 Correction Form, enter the corrected information and instantly transmit it to the IRS. File multiple returns with TaxBandits, such as 1099-MISC, 1099-INT, and 1099-DIV Forms.

You can e-file a correction form with TaxBandits even if you filed your original return with the other e-file provider. TaxBandits will automatically generate Form 1096 for your records.

Note: Corrected returns should be submitted within three calendar years with the following exceptions:

  • Backup withholding was imposed under IRC Section 3406 - four calendar years
  • Form 1099-C, Cancellation of Debt - four calendar years
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7 Simple Steps to E-file Form 1099 Corrections

  • Create or sign in to your account
  • Select “1099 Corrections”
  • Select “Previous filed return” type
  • Choose the form type and types of correction
  • Enter payer and payee information
  • Enter previously reported and corrected information
  • Pay and transmit to the IRS

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Penalties for Failing To File 1099 Form Corrections

There are two types of 1099 Form Correction IRS penalties you should know about.

Failure to File Correct Information Returns by the Due Date

If you fail to file a correct information return by the due date and you cannot show reasonable cause, you may be subject to a penalty.

Failure to Furnish Correct Payee Statements

If you fail to provide correct payee statements and you cannot show reasonable cause, you may be subject to a penalty.

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