All Tax Forms

Employee Pay Stub

A pay stub is a detailed record of employees current pay. It includes itemized list of all earnings for a specific pay period as well as all current and year-to-date deductions, such as Federal and State income taxes withheld.

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Form 1098

The official name of Form 1098 is the "Mortgage Interest Statement." Its purpose is to report amounts of mortgage interest, and in some cases, points, mortgage insurance premiums, and real property taxes paid throughout the tax year.

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Form 1098-T

The official name of Form 1098-T is the "Tuition Statement." Its purpose is to allow colleges, universities, and other eligible educational institutions to report amounts billed for qualified tuition and related expenses.

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Form 1099-A

The 1099-A form is an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) document that is used to report the acquisition or abandonment of secured property by a lender.

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Form 1099-B

Form 1099-B, an important US tax document, is used to report income, particularly from the sale of securities, such as stocks, bonds, or mutual funds.

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Form 1099-C

Form 1099-C, “Cancellation of Debt,” is issued by financial institutions and lenders to individuals when $600 or more of debt has been cancelled or forgiven.

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Form 1099-CAP

1099-CAP used to report taxable income for individuals that are not directly employed by the business entity or individual making the payment. For example: contractors.

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Form 1099-DIV

Form 1099-DIV is an IRS tax form used to report dividends and distributions received by individuals, partnerships, and corporations from investments.

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Form 1099-G

IRS Form 1099-G, "Certain Government Payments", is used to report certain government payments, such as unemployment compensation, state or local tax refunds, and agricultural payments, made to individuals during the tax year.

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Form 1099-H

1099-H used to report taxable income for individuals that are not directly employed by the business entity or individual making the payment. For example: contractors.

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Form 1099-INT

Form 1099-INT is a tax form issued by banks and other financial institutions to individuals who receive interest income from investments.

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Form 1099-K

Businesses and payment settlement entities are required to file Form 1099-K if they have made payments to a taxpayer through payment card transactions or third-party network transactions.

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Form 1099-LTC

The official name of Form 1099-LTC is "Long Term Care and Accelerated Death Benefits." Its purpose is to report disbursements for long-term care and accelerated death benefits paid under long-term care insurance contracts or life insurance policies with a long-term care rider.

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Form 1099-MISC

1099-MISC is a variant of IRS Form 1099 used to report taxable income for individuals that are not directly employed by the business entity or individual making the payment. For example: contractors. It can also be used to report royalties, prizes, and award winnings.

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Form 1099-NEC

Form 1099-NEC is a common type of 1099 form. 1099-NEC is a variant of IRS Form 1099 used to report taxable income for individuals that are not directly employed by the business entity or individual making the payment, such as contractors.

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Form 1099-OID

The official name of the form is "Form 1099-OID - Original Issue Discount." Its purpose is to report the amount of original issue discount (OID) income that investors must include on their tax returns each year.

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Form 1099-PATR

The official name of Form 1099-PATR is "Taxable Distributions Received From Cooperatives." Its purpose is to report distributions of $10 or more made to patrons by cooperatives, which may include cash, qualified written notices of allocation, or other property.

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Form 1099-Q

The official name of Form 1099-Q is "Payments from Qualified Education Programs (Under Sections 529 and 530)." Its purpose is to report payments made from 529 College Savings Plans and Coverdell Education Savings Accounts.

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Form 1099-QA

The official name of Form 1099-QA is "Distributions from ABLE Accounts." Its purpose is to report distributions made from Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) accounts, which help individuals with disabilities cover qualified disability-related expenses.

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Form 1099-R

The official name of Form 1099-R is "Distributions From Pensions, Annuities, Retirement or Profit-Sharing Plans, IRAs, Insurance Contracts, etc." Its purpose is to report distributions made from various retirement-related accounts such as pensions, annuities, retirement plans, individual retirement accounts (IRAs), and insurance contracts.

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Form 1099-S

The official name of Form 1099-S is "Proceeds from Real Estate Transactions." Its purpose is to report proceeds from the sale or exchange of real estate to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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Form 1099-SA

The official name of Form 1099-SA is "Distributions From an HSA, Archer MSA, or Medicare Advantage MSA." Its purpose is to report distributions made from a health savings account (HSA), Archer Medical Savings Account (MSA), or Medicare Advantage MSA to both the IRS and the account holder.

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Form 1099-SB

The official name of Form 1099-SB is "Seller's Investment in Life Insurance Contract." Its purpose is to report the seller's investment in a life insurance contract that has been sold, detailing the investment portion held by the seller at the time of the sale for tax reporting and compliance.

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Form W-2

Also known as a Wage and Tax Statement, W-2 is the IRS form employers are required to complete and distribute to their employees by January 31 of each calendar year. The W2 needs to be submitted with an individuals tax returns.

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Form W-4

Officially known as the Employees Withholding Allowance Certificate, the W-4 is a form employees need to fill out when they are newly hired. Information submitted to the form lets employers know how much salary to withhold from their paycheck for tax purposes.

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Form W-9

Officially known as the Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification, form W-9 supplies the information that employers need to prepare a 1099-MISC form for individuals and entities they hire on a contract basis.

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