For 2020, use the new Form 1099-NEC to record nonemployee compensation to the IRS and recipients, replacing Box 7 on the 1099-MISC.
Acid-free paper and heat-resistant inks help you produce legible, smudge-free, archival-safe records.
Print 2-up on micro perforated sheets; includes IRS scannable red ink Copy A pages with copies A, State, B and C.
Meets or exceeds IRS specifications; accounting software and QuickBooks compatible.
The 1099-NEC is due to the IRS and your recipients by February 1, 2021.
4-part 1099-NEC continuous feed forms for dot-matrix printers and 1096 summary forms.