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Zenwork safeguards eCommerce and brick-and-mortar Retailers with intelligent compliance software. Zenwork’s compliance solutions enable retailers and eCommerce businesses to automatically keep up with the ever-increasing pace of changing local, state, and federal tax requirements to avoid risks and free internal resources.
Zenwork’s Tax1099 offers banks and brokerages easy imports through Excel. eFiling forms 1099-B, 1099-DIV, and 1099-INT isn’t taxing with Tax1099.
Form 1099-B: A broker or barter exchange reports proceeds from transactions, such as regulated contracts, sale of stock, and exchange of property or services, on this form.
Form 1099-DIV: Banks and brokerages report dividend income and distributions through form 1099-DIV. An example of a qualifying distribution is capital gains from a mutual fund.
Form 1099-INT: This form allows banks and brokerages to report interest earned to the IRS. Interest can be earned through savings, for example.
Zenwork’s Tax1099 enables legal groups to report payments and proceeds from other transactions to vendors. Information is saved in Tax1099 for future ease of eFiling.
Form 1099-S: Legal groups involved in real estate transactions file this form to report transactions resulting from any exchange of land.
Zenwork’s Tax1099 platform includes Form 1095, for Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting. Users rely on Tax1099’s up-to-date knowledge to stay in compliance.
Form 1095-B/1095-C: Insurance providers may be responsible for filing these forms, and for informing the insured of the report. To determine whether you are responsible for filing this form, visit Tax1099.
Zenwork’s Tax1099 platform is perfectly suited to universities with 1099-MISC and 1098-T forms to file. Universities upload their information through an Excel template. Some universities use Zenwork’s eFile Assist, a full-service outsourcing option.
Form 1099-MISC: this form is used primarily to report payments to vendors/contractors. Universities often use Box 7 to report Nonemployee Compensation.
Form 1098-T: Eligible educational institutions file this form for each student enrolled in their institutions, if a reportable transaction is made. This form is also used to report tuition reimbursements, refunds, or related expenses.