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1099 Software: What if I efile the same record twice?

Lets say you efiled a 1099-MISC form for a recipient and a money amount of $678 in Box 7 on Form 1099-MISC.  Now, lets say that recipient name/SSN and money amount was transmitted twice.  The IRS has 2 copies of that value in their system.  You have to submit a G-coded correction with the money amount of $0 one time and that will void one of the transactions and leave the other transaction in tack.

Lets say you efiled a 1099-MISC form for a recipient and a money amount of $678 in box 7 on Form 1099-MISC.  Now, lets say that recipient name/SSN and money amount was transmitted three times.  The IRS has 3 copies of that transaction in their system.  You have to submit a G-coded correction with the money amount of $0 two times and that will void two of the transactions and leave one transaction in tack.

 

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Erich J. Ruth

Erich J. Ruth provides technical support for National Software which is the parent company for 1099FIRE. 1099FIRE develops and markets a comprehensive range of products that enables any size of business or institution to effectively manage and comply with year-end filing requirements. 1099FIRE is an employee-owned company located in Phoenix, Arizona.

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