How do I make corrections to my 1099?
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Last modified 1/25/2023 3:38:58 AM EST
TaxBandits supports 1099 corrections that are initially filed with us. You can correct the following errors by filing a 1099 correction:
- Correcting a Recipient Name and/or TIN name.
- Correcting any federal or state amount reported incorrectly.
- Voiding a Form 1099 that did not need to be filed.
It is important to note that you can only file a 1099 correction after the IRS has accepted the original form. Because the original form was filed through TaxBandits, we simplify the process by pulling the original information so you can add the updated amounts as needed.
Correct Recipient Name and/or TIN:
For instructions on how to correct the recipient name and/or TIN reported earlier, click here.
Correct the federal and state Amounts:
For instructions on how to correct the federal and state amounts reported earlier, click here.
Void the Form:
For instructions on how to void a Form 1099, click here.
Correct Payer details:
If you need to correct the payer’s name or TIN, the IRS requires that you write a letter to the IRS to provide the incorrect payer name and/or TIN that was reported earlier, as well as the correct information. You can able to generate this letter in TaxBandits and print and mail it to the IRS.
For instructions on how to correct Payer details for form 1099, Click here.