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Accounts Payable (AP) Specialists may not be involved in the annual 1099 reporting but they should understand the process:  it starts with a correctly completed and signed W-9 form.

This course covers the basics of form 1099, including identifying the Vendors that should receive a 1099, how to determine the amounts to be reported, the reasons why one may not be sent to an identified vendor, the reporting categories, and when and to whom 1099’s should be sent.

Although the task of sending 1099’s is only done once a year, there are steps that can be performed throughout the year to ensure accuracy of the final reporting.

This course also introduces form 1096 and covers the steps to be taken if a B Notice is received from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Learning Objectives

  • Explore what 1099 forms are and which vendors they should be sent to.
  • Recognize the different types of 1099 forms.
  • Identify the amounts to be reported on a 1099.
  • Discover the importance of auditing the 1099 data.
  • Explore Internal Revenue Service (IRS) form 1096 and B Notice forms.
Last updated/reviewed: May 23, 2018

Included In Certifications

This course is included in the following Expert Certifications:

13 CoursesAccounts Payable Certification

  1. Accounts Payable – Learn the Terminology
  2. Procure to Pay Work Stream
  3. A Deep Dive into the Responsibilities of Accounts Payable Operations
  4. Understanding Non-Purchase Order (PO) Invoice Transactions
  5. Understanding Purchase Order (PO) Invoice Transactions
  6. The Vendor Master – Creating A Solid Foundation for Accounts Payable Processing
  7. No PO, No Pay – Can It Work for Your Organization?
  8. Payment Process: Selection, Review, Approval, Release
  9. The Benefits of Reconciling Purchase Order Goods Receipts Not Yet Invoiced
  10. Strengthening Vendor Relationships - Steps That Can Be Taken by Accounts Payable
  11. The Basics of 1099's
  12. Creating an Accounts Payable Documentation Management Policy
  13. The Basics of Automation for Accounts Payable (AP) Specialists

16 CoursesAccounts Payable Management Certification

  1. Accounts Payable – Learn the Terminology
  2. A Deep Dive into the Responsibilities of Accounts Payable Operations
  3. The Vendor Master – Creating A Solid Foundation for Accounts Payable Processing
  4. The Basics of 1099's
  5. Prioritizing Accounts Payable Workload – Divide and Conquer
  6. Strengthening Vendor Relationships - Steps That Can Be Taken by Accounts Payable
  7. The Benefits of Reconciling Purchase Order Goods Receipts Not Yet Invoiced
  8. Reconciling Aged Open Payables and Outstanding Checks
  9. Benefits of An Accounts Payable Recovery Audit
  10. No PO, No Pay – Can It Work for Your Organization?
  11. What to Consider in an Accounts Payable Workflow Solution
  12. Creating an Accounts Payable Documentation Management Policy
  13. Communicating the Role of Accounts Payable to Others
  14. Justifying and Presenting the Needs of Accounts Payable Operations
  15. The Basics of Project Management for Accounts Payable
  16. KPIs and Metrics for Accounts Payable Manual Processes

2 Reviews (7 ratings)Reviews

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This class tells you exactly what you need to know about 1099's. I appreciated the 30 minute timeframe.
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everything was very detailed yet simple to understand

Prerequisites

Course Complexity: Intermediate
It is recommended to take the following courses prior to taking this one: "The Vendor Master – Creating a Solid Foundation for AP Processing" and "A deep Dive into Accounts Payable Operations".

Education Provider Information

Company:
Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
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For more information regarding this course, including complaint and cancellation policies, please contact our offices at (408) 400- 3993 or send an e-mail to .
Course Syllabus
INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
  4:39Introduction – The Basics of 1099’s
  8:04Overview of Forms and Audit Considerations
  4:36Completing 1099-MISC Forms and Filing Requirements
  4:46Other 1099 Related Topics and Conclusion
CONTINUOUS PLAY
  22:05The Basics of 1099's
SUPPORTING MATERIALS
  PDFSlides: The Basics of 1099’s
  PDFThe Basics of 1099’s Glossary/Index
REVIEW AND TEST
  quizREVIEW QUESTIONS
 examFINAL EXAM