It’s that time of year begin thinking about 1099 forms again, and our gurus at PetroLedger Financial Services have made it easy for you by compiling all the resources you need.
The most significant change this year is the reviving of the 1099-NEC for any non-employee contractors. In the oil and gas industry, this includes working interest holders. You will now report these payments (including lease payments and bonuses) in Box 1 of the 1099-NEC.
You will still use the 1099-MISC to report payments to royalty owners. These lease payments (and bonuses) are recorded in Box 1, and the royalty income in Box 2.
Here’s a short video that highlights what has changed for the 2020 Tax Year:
- Keep a current Form W-9 on file for each of your vendors, to ensure you have the correct payee name, address, and TIN for the Form 1099.
- You must file a separate Form 1096 for the 1099-MISC and 1099-NEC.
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- Form 1096 (PDF)
- Form 1099-MISC (PDF)
- Form 1099-NEC (PDF)
- Form W-9 (PDF)
February 1, 2022 – Due to IRS and to recipients
February 1, 2022 – Due to recipients
March 1, 2022 – Due to IRS (if paper filing)
March 31, 2022 – Due to IRS (if filing electronically)
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