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Date(s) - 11/13/2013
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm


TITLE

MC41061814    
State Form 1099-MISC Reporting for 2013   

AUDIENCE

Accounts Payable and Corporate

DATE

November 13, 2013

TIME

1:00 – 2:30 pm Central (2 pm ET, 1pm CT, Noon MT, 11 am PT)

COURSE LEVEL

Basic

PRE-REQUISITES

None

DESCRIPTION

Thirty-five states and the District of Columbia require tax information reporting, some on a copy of the federal Form 1099 and some on a special state form. This webcast offers you the opportunity to learn the basics of state 1099 reporting – and which states have made changes that impact your reporting of payments made in 2013. State Form 1099 reporting used to be a quiet area of tax compliance, but the last few years have brought many changes. More state reporting, more state electronic filing mandates, and more state enforcement have been implemented, as states are hungry for tax dollars and recognize the value of obtaining 1099 data they can mine for potential underreported state income.

Learning objectives:

Identify and apply federal tax rules in situations including:

  • Identify the states that require Forms 1099-MISC (or an equivalent state) and their filing due dates.
  • Identify the states where backup withholding of state income tax can apply to vendor payments.
  • Use the Combined Federal/State Filing Program to meet some of your state 1099 filing requirements.
  • Identify states which require direct reporting to the state instead of through the Combined Federal/State Filing Program.
SPEAKER

Marianne Couch, JD

SPEAKER BIO

Marianne Couch is a principal in the COKALA Tax Group and an experienced and well-known advisor on U.S. federal and state tax information reporting compliance. She is a frequent lecturer at major tax conferences and the author of The Master Guide to Form 1099 Compliance and numerous published articles. Marianne was an appointee to the IRS Information Reporting Program Advisory Committee (IRPAC), where she was chair of the IRPAC Subcommittee on Small Business and Self-Employed (SBSE) tax issues. She formerly served as a research attorney for the Michigan Court of Appeals, and previously as a litigator for a large Michigan law firm, where she represented individuals and large clients in many types of civil actions. She received her JD, cum laude, from the Michigan State University School of Law, and is a member of the State Bar of Michigan.

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