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Re: IRS 1099s
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2012, 12:22:57 PM »
Most of my clients have accountants so I get them from them. I'd say if they want to get credit and write off they better send one :)   

If I don't get one by mid Feb I contact the client and tell him I'll be filing my taxes WITH the amount I would report from 1099.   Just because you don't get a 1099 doesn't mean you can't/shouldn't report it. Use your own records and file appropriately.  If you have a client who's just not complying, well there is a penalty for him not doing so but generally telling him your filing WITH or Without it prompts him to do something because when he goes to file his own taxes, there will be a discrepancy.
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