New IRS Reporting Deadlines

The IRS requires Form 1099-MISC to be filed on or before January 31, 2018, when you are reporting nonemployee compensation payments in box 7. Otherwise, file by February 28, 2018, if you file on paper, or by April 2, 2018, if you file electronically. The due dates for furnishing payee statements remain the same. These dates are provided for your convenience. Always confirm filing dates with the official IRS documents.
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1099 Processing in The Professional Landlord Version 12

This document explains how to do 1099 processing in Version 2017.1 and later. The tax reporting features of the application have been revised to accommodate the new reporting requirements this year.

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1099 Processing in The Professional Landlord Version 6

We strongly recommend that Version 6 users convert to Version 12. Click here to view a fact sheet on many of the benefits of converting. The tax reporting functions of Version 6 have not been changed other than to update the tax reporting year. The database can be exported to Version 12 and taxes reported from that application or you can alter the reporting limits to separate Vendor reporting from Owner and Tenant tax reporting. This document outlines your tax reporting options.

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1099 Processing in Promas for Associations

There have been no changes to the tax reporting in Promas for Associations. Click  Here  for the Help document.