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Intuit® Quick Employer Forms Accountant


Get the fast, easy way to create 1099s and W-2s. Answer simple questions, review your
forms and we'll e-file for you.



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Generate your clients' payroll forms quickly with our web-based application accessible directly from Intuit ProConnect Lacerte. With Intuit Quick Employer Forms Accountant, you get step-by-step guidance to create and file 1099 and W-2 forms for your clients' employees and independent contractors in 3 easy steps:





Answer simple questions.

We ask you some easy questions and then create the right forms for you.




Review your forms.

When you're done, you can review your forms before printing, e-filing or mailing.




We e-file and mail your forms.

We'll e-file your forms to the IRS or Social Security Administration. You can then print and mail forms to the recipient employee or contractor in January.







This form is primarily used to report what clients have paid independent contractors or miscellaneous laborers. It could also be used for rents and royalties. This form is not used for employees. It's used mostly for contractors to do a particular job. Intuit Quick Employer Forms Accountant helps you create the 1099-MISC for each contractor paid, plus we'll e-file the return to the IRS and provide a PDF for your records. A 1096 is not needed when you e-file the 1099-MISC.



This form is used to report an employee's pay and how much tax has been withheld. Intuit Quick Employer Forms Accountant e-files them with the Social Security Administration. A W-3 is not needed when you e-file the W-2.



This form is used to report interest income paid to an individual or business. Intuit Quick Employer Forms Accountant will guide you in preparing the form and submitting the required copy to the recipient, and we will e-file them to the IRS.



This form is used to report distributions paid, including dividends or capital gains paid on stock and liquidation distributions. The form needs to be prepared and submitted to the distribution recipient and to the IRS. You can quickly and easily prepare and e-file this form using Intuit Quick Employer Forms Accountant.