April 15, 2011
Question of the Week: Have the Expanded Form 1099 Reporting Requirements Been Repealed?
Filed under: News
Vision Payroll

Expanded Reporting Requirements for Form 1099 Have Been RepealedThis week’s question comes from Lindsay, an office manager. I read before that businesses were going to have expanded Form 1099-MISC reporting requirements starting in 2012. Now I’ve heard that these requirements may have been repealed. Have the expanded Form 1099 reporting requirements been repealed? Answer: The expanded reporting requirements for Form 1099 that were added as part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act have been repealed.

Business Reporting Reverts To Previous Rules

Business reporting now reverts to the previous rules, requiring reporting of payments of $600 or more for services performed by non-employees. Most payments to corporations are exempt.

Reporting by Landlords Also Repealed

Expanded reporting requirements for landlords have also been repealed. Landlords not in the trade or business of renting property will have no Form 1099-MISC reporting requirements.

Contact Vision Payroll Today

Contact Vision Payroll for further information regarding the repeal of the Form 1099-MISC expanded reporting requirements.


Submit a Comment

From New Hire to Payroll
With the Click of Button

Streamline Your Hiring
Process With

Tips / Latest News