IRS Form 1099: new penalty rules effective from January 2016
With the ending of the year, the 1099 compliance reporting still requires us to be educated on the complicated revisions of expanding form 1099 instructions. There is much uncertainty as to what burdensome revisions we may expect next. Therefore, it is imperative to gain insight on the current laws concerning information reporting.
The webinar will provide you the most recent information reporting regulations to assure that you and your clients remain compliant with proper policies and procedures and advise payers of their responsibilities.
You will be able to avoid increased penalties on 2016 forms 1099
You will be able to request abatement of penalties
You will know the changes in the various 1099 forms
You will be able to discuss IRS payment plan 2100/2100A and subsequent B-Notices to payees
You will be able to explain backup withholding requirements
Why Should You Attend
Keeping up with the changes in tax regulation every year can be challenging. With rumors regarding what will and won´t change, it becomes even more difficult.
Don´t let these changes intimidate you, benefit from our 1099 webinar.
Areas Covered in this Webinar
The basics of 1099 reporting
Types of Payments requiring 1099s
IRS TIN Matching Program and Procedures to Correct inaccurate 1099s
Advantages of IRS e-services
IRS solicitation requirements
IRS 2100/2100A and subsequent B-Notices to payees
IRS reporting and IRS backup withholding requirements
2016 increase in penalties for noncompliance
Updates and current hot topics in 1099 compliance
2015 legislation effecting 2016 information reporting
Changes in Form 1099-MISC reporting
Form 1099-B requirements: broker basis reporting
Consumer/Debtor Alert: Form 1099-C - Cancelation of Debt (COD)
IRS merchant acquired reporting requirements: Code Section 6050W and Form
Understand all the guidelines, deadlines and forms that affect the IRS reporting requirements
Who Will Benefit
Accounts Payable Professionals
Tax Managers / Tax Preparers
Presidents / Vice Presidents
Bookkeepers and Enrolled Agents
Greta P. Hicks is a former IRS Revenue Agent and Regional Training Coordinator. After a time as tax manager for Ernst & Young, Greta started her own business and for 34 years her CPA practice has been limited to representing persons who have IRS problems.
She is the author of "IRS Examination and Appeals Procedures" as well as, pilot tester of on-line continuing education courses for Checkpoint Learning. Greta has authored a number of continuing education courses on IRS practice & procedures and articles are regularly published on professional as well as trade magazines. Ms Hicks has traveled the US and taught Tax Update Seminars as well as various Inside the IRS topics.
Greta has been active in the Texas Society of CPAs for 40 years and has served on the IRS Relations Committee, on the Editorial Board of the TSCPAs and was the Tax Editor of Today´s CPA. Her activities for the Houston Chapter of CPAs included Coordinator of Houston´s IRS/Practitioner Study Group, Relations with Taxing Entities Committee, Teaching Taxes Committee, plus the Spring EXPO and Tax EXPO Committees.