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It depends on how you are filing your 1099 forms. You can file on paper by getting the forms from the IRS, filling it out and mailing it yourself. However, using a service provider to file your 1099 forms is convenient. At eFile360, we offer the most cost-effective way to electronically file your forms with the IRS and mail out paper copies to the recipients. Please check out our prices here.


We electronically file all our forms, and we do not file on paper. However, if you have less than 250 forms, the IRS allows mailing paper copies.


Some states require you to send them a copy of the 1099 forms you filed with the IRS. Other states don't require you to send a copy because they participate in the Combined Federal/State Filing Program (CF/SF). We participate in the CF/SF program, and we do not mail paper copies to states.


You can certainly use the Adobe (. pdf) blank 1099-MISC form available from the IRS.gov website to print Form 1099 and give copies B & C to your recipients, as well as others to whom you need to issue 1099s, such as attorneys, etc. However, you cannot use a downloaded PDF to mail to the IRS. For mailing to the IRS, you need to order forms from the IRS. You can also purchase the 1099 forms from Staples and many other retailers.


You can download the 1099 forms from the IRS website, but you cannot use it to file with the IRS. You must get the IRS's physical forms to fill out Copy A and file with the IRS.


Staples, as well as many other retailers, do sell a bundle of 1099 forms. Please check out your local stores. Note that when buying 1099 forms, you must also purchase and file form 1096. You can also try an online 1099 filing provider like eFile360 to file your 1099 forms online conveniently.


In addition to filing 1099 forms with the IRS, we provide 1099 statements to recipients. Please see the 1099 mailing service for more details. IRS allows the electronic delivery of recipient statements as well. Please check out our E-Delivery service for more information.


You can submit all 1099 forms online using the Filing Information Returns Electronically (FIRE) system. The FIRE system is the IRS's e-filing system, and you must be pre-authorized to use the system. Alternatively, you can use an online service provider like eFile360, to file your 1099s conveniently.


If you are using our filing service to print your 1099 forms, you do not need pre-printed forms. We provide you 1099 copies that you can print on blank paper. When we mail recipient copies, we use pre-printed pressure seal forms.


January 31 is the due date by which 1099 forms must be mailed out to recipients. If you are mailing paper copies to IRS, the deadline is January 31. The deadline to file electronically is also January 31. Please check the 1099 deadlines for more detail.


In addition to sending 1099 copies to Recipient, you also need to send a copy to the IRS. Here are the copies and why you need them:

  • Copy A: for mailing to the IRS.
  • Copy 1: for the State Tax Department.
  • Copy B: to be mailed to the Recipient.
  • Copy 2: to be filed with the Recipient’s state income tax return, when required.
  • Copy C: for the Payer.

  • To print 1099 forms, you can go to the Manage page and look for reports. Click on the Print Forms button and then select the form type and the year to print. You can also print all forms or pick only a few. By default we mask Recipient's SSN, you can choose to unmask. Click on the print forms button to get PDF copies of your forms.


    If you are an employer or business and need to order information returns (all series of forms W-2, W-3, W-4, 1096, 1097, 1098, 1099, 3921, 3922, 5498, and other products), please visit Online Ordering for Information Returns and Employer Returns to submit an order.


    You must send Copies A of all paper Forms 1097, 1098, 1099, 3921, 3922, 5498, and W-2G to the IRS with Form 1096, Annual Summary and Transmittal of U.S. Information Returns. If you have fewer than 250 forms, you can send paper copies to the IRS. If you have 250 or more forms, you must electronically file the forms with the IRS. The IRS encourages you to file electronically even if you have fewer than 250 forms.


    In general, companies must send 1099-MISC forms if they've paid a nonemployee $600 or more during the year. For detailed filing requirements, check out 1099 filing requirements.


    Form 1099 is generally issued to any vendors if you have paid at least $600 in rents, services, prizes, and awards, etc. The form is required if the payments were made during the course of your trade/business. Personal payments are not reportable. Please check out the 1099 filing requirements.


    If you file a physical copy of Form 1099-MISC, Copy A to the IRS, you also need to complete and file Form 1096. The IRS uses Form 1096 to track every physical 1099 you are filing for the year. The deadline for Form 1096 is January 31, 2020. Alternately, you can file electronically using an online service provider like eFile360.