If your Payer (business issuing you the 1099 form) has filed a form by mistake and it should not have been filed, please get in touch with your Payer and have them void the form. We will not be able to change any information on your request. If your form has already been filed with the IRS, your Payer must file corrected form(s) to void the original submission. When your Payer files corrected forms, you will access those forms here. Please ensure that your Payer files corrected forms as soon as possible to correct IRS records.
We are contacting you on behalf of your Payer (business issuing you the 1099 form). The Payer uses our services to report a payment made to you (or received from you) with the IRS (Internal Revenue Services). When making certain payments, Payers are required by law to report that payment to the IRS. Payers are also required to provide you with your statement to use with your tax filing. The IRS allows the Payers to offer you your statements electronically instead of paper statements. We are a service provider, providing you the opportunity to access your forms online.
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Yes, we are an IRS authorized service provider for filing information return forms, including 1099, 1098, W-2, and ACA forms. We have been in the business since 2009, providing e-filing and mail fulfillment services to thousands of companies in the US. Under IRS’s guidelines, when a business makes certain payments, they are reportable to the IRS, and they must also issue you (the recipient) a statement showing the payments made to you. We provide the 1099 statements to the recipients as part of our service.
If you do not wish to access your forms online, you do not have to do anything. We mail paper copies (by default) to all recipients who do not want to get an electronic copy of their statements.
By law, we must keep your information for three years (four years in some cases). We have a data retention policy of four years to cover all information we hold in our records. After the retention period is over, we securely purge it. We cannot delete your data on your request. You must contact your Payer to request the removal of your information. Please read about our Privacy to learn more about how we keep your information private.