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Federal Tax Updates Seminar scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 17th

Reminder for 10/20/2021 Seminar: Economic NEXUS vs Sales Tax NEXUS – learn more and become better prepared to ask and answer the tough questions, such as:

  • What does it mean for out-of-state sellers?
  • How or will this decision affect more than just sales tax nexus?
  • What does economic nexus mean for sales tax?
  • Does having a physical presence in a state still matter for sales tax?
  • Is the traditional nexus for sales tax still alive and well?
  • Do we need to begin filing in the 45 states that have a sales taxing system?
  • When to recommend to a client to file income/sales tax in that state?

10/20/2021 Seminar on Business Ethics & NEXUS

10/6/2021 Seminar on Employee Retention Credit, Tax Updates & Business Ethics


New 1099-K Form $600 Threshold FAQs

Beginning in 2022, third-party payment processors like Venmo, Zelle, PayPal and Square must file a Form 1099-K for any taxpayer who receives over $600 in gross payments for goods or services during a year. Here are answers to a few of the most common questions about this new rule.

Do payments from friends and families (splitting a check, gifts, etc.) count toward the form 1099-K filing threshold?

No, only payments for goods and services count toward the $600 limit. If you receive a Form 1099-K from a payment processor that includes non-business payments like gifts or settling up with friends, contact the processor and ask for a corrected form before you file your tax return. To help prevent this issue, remind friends and family to check the “Sending money to friends and family” option when sending payments.

When will I receive a 1099-K form if my payments exceed the threshold?

Third-party payment processors must file 1099-K forms to report 2022 payments by January 31, 2023. Therefore, you should receive the form in late January or early February.

Why have I never received 1099-K forms from payment processors before?

Prior to tax year 2022, the IRS only required third-party payment processors to file Form 1099-K for individuals and businesses that received over $20,000 in gross payments in a year. As a result of the dramatic lowering of this threshold, many people who have never received a 1099-K form will get one for 2022.

Generally, you must report payments shown on a Form 1099-K as income on your tax return.