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What do I do if I receive two 1099-NEC forms from the same place (same Payer's TIN)?

Hi all,

I received two separate 1099-NEC forms from the same place (same Payer's TIN). Each of these has different nonemployee compensation amounts. During the year I moved from New York to New Jersey, and I see each of the forms uses a different address - one New York, one New Jersey. 

How do I fill this?

Many thanks in advance.

 

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TeresaM
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What do I do if I receive two 1099-NEC forms from the same place (same Payer's TIN)?

You will enter both Forms 1099-NEC into the Self-Employment section and they will both count toward your federal income. 


However, when you are allotting your income between New York and New Jersey for the Part Year-Resident state returns, you will allot the income in the state where you physically were when you earned it. 

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What do I do if I receive two 1099-NEC forms from the same place (same Payer's TIN)?

Thank you for the quick response. This makes sense.

When you say "when you are allotting your income between New York and New Jersey for the Part Year-Resident state returns, you will allot the income in the state where you physically were when you earned it.", how do I specify when I enter the 1099-NEC which states this was given for? I don't see an option of doing that, other than assuming the forms had information in boxes 4-7 ticked (which none of the forms had).

TeresaM
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What do I do if I receive two 1099-NEC forms from the same place (same Payer's TIN)?

You will not need to change anything when you enter the Forms 1099-NEC in the federal return. 

When you fill out the My Info section, at the beginning, from the left menu bar, it will ask if you lived in any other states.  If you answer Yes, it will generate questions when you are ready to enter your state Part Year returns for New York and New Jersey.  They will each have a section where they will show your federal income by different types and ask which portion should be allotted to this state, so you are not double taxed for the same income.

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What do I do if I receive two 1099-NEC forms from the same place (same Payer's TIN)?

Thanks again for the response and help. This makes sense.

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