Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: I started a business as a partnership but never really took off. Do I still need to file an IRS return?
A: If you filed for a a partnership but never started a business, you need to file a tax return anyway and just fill out the gross business income as zero. Otherwise the IRS will charge you with a penalty for non filing the return.
Q: What if the independent contractor is an LLC or corporation, do I still need to send them a 1099 form?
A: To be safe, yes, send everyone that does any work for you for more than $600 a 1099 form.
Q: What is the threshhold before I am required to file a business tax return?
Even if you made $0 dollars, you still need to file a business tax return.
Q: What is an EIN Used For?
A: You can use an EIN to pay employment taxes withheld and use it as a corporation, LLC or business tax ID number as a sole proprietor or partnership or you can combine any of the previous uses of an EIN.