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bandbautos
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1099 misc.

do i have to send copy 1 1099 misc. to north carolina agency?

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Carl
Level 15

1099 misc.

Huh? We have no idea of what context your question is in. Did you receive a 1099-MISC and are asking if you need to send a copy somewhere? Maybe you're self-employed and are asking if you need to send a client you paid for their proeducts or services, a 1099-MISC? Maybe you paid a contractor to remodel the kitchen in your primary residence and you're asking if you need to send them a 1099-MISC? To many "maybes" here to keep guessing. So you'll have to be more specific as ti 'exactly" why you are asking what I'm sure is a perfectly valid question.

 

HelenC1
Intuit Alumni

1099 misc.

For tax year 2019, Form 1099-MISC is not required to be filed with the Department if the 1099-MISC form(s) do not report North Carolina income tax withholding payments. Please reference NCDOR for additional information.

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bandbautos
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1099 misc.

so no need to send anything to north carolina agency? 1099's i send out are for nonemployee compensation reported on line 7

MinhT
Expert Alumni

1099 misc.

As a company or a self-employed person, if you issue forms 1099-MISC to your contractors, you'll need to send a copy of the forms to the North Carolina Department of Revenue.

 

Please read this article for more information.

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