To start off the New Year, your first bookkeeping task at hand is filing your 1099s. This is the form you send to your service providers and independent contractors that shows how much you paid them. Instead of struggling with the built-in 1099 function in QuickBooks, let me show you an easier solution.
- More accurate reporting than QuickBooks
- Who should receive a 1099
- Several online filing programs
- Tips to make this process easier in the future
Unlike QuickBooks, our workflow is the same one we have recommended for over 10 years. Users find that the process gets easier each year. Admittedly, the hardest part is tracking down the social security numbers of your vendors.
The 1099s must be mailed to your vendors by Monday, January 31, 2022, so it’s time to get started.
This mini-course includes:
- Video lessons showing step-by-step how-to’s, available 24/7
- Downloadable SOP for your procedure book
- Forum to answer questions (The QBWS Team replies to these. They are not crowdsourced)
- Downloadable W9 form
- Lifetime access to the course