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Filing forms 1099-NEC or W2 for a client to the IRS

Whitenoise
Level 2

Hi everyone, 

I am a brand new EA and this will be my first year using ProSeries Professional. I was wondering if I can use this software to file 1099NEC or W2 that my clients are issuing to their contractors or employees, to the IRS ? Or do I need some other software for this ?

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dkh
Level 14

Never used it but there is an option   Select TOOLS>PRINT AND EFILE W2s AND 1099s

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dkh
Level 14

Never used it but there is an option   Select TOOLS>PRINT AND EFILE W2s AND 1099s

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Just-Lisa-Now-
Level 15
Level 15

You'd need to purchase Quick Employer Forms to use with ProSeries, I think its less than $200, Ive never used it though.


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abctax55
Level 15

Check out CFS TaxTools software.

As @George4Tacks says, it's the Swiss Army knife of tax pro software. Plus it is a great company to work with.  taxtools.com  (i think..)


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Just-Lisa-Now-
Level 15
Level 15
Ive got TaxTools, I didnt realize it created and filed 1099s or W2s though, I'll have to check that ut.

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abctax55
Level 15

Oops... maybe it isn't *TaxTools* itself.  But CFS *does* offer a payroll/F 1099 program; I haven't used it in years but I did like it.

https://www.taxtools.com/products_w2.aspx


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Whitenoise
Level 2

Tax tool requires you to buy basic 1099/W2 software and to E-file is add on, so total would be $298.

And Quick Employer Forms is $171 total and integrated in your ProSeries... 

Just-Lisa-Now-
Level 15
Level 15
Ahh ok, I only do a few handfuls, I'll stick to using the free forms from IRS and mailing them in.

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Whitenoise
Level 2

Hahah that sounds even better. Thank you for everything, appreciate your help! 

I will google free filing on IRS website... 🙂

As I said new EA , no experience so far , just decided to switch careers for something I am passionate about...

Thank you again ! 

George4Tacks
Level 15

There are a number of online services that file "just a few" for pretty cheap. https://www.1099online.com/ is one https://www.tax1099.com/payroll-tax-forms/efile-w2-online does both

Let Google do your shopping. 


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jeffmcpa2010
Level 11

I have been using W2 Mate for several years. W-2's 1099 Misc and 1099 NEC $59. 

Other 1099's and Efile are extra, but I have always just mail them in. It has done what I need it for.


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