Audits oftentimes are triggered by a worker filing a claim for unemployment insurance benefits (and listing in their unemployment application all past worksites and arrangements).
Professionals working on our site are eligible for 1099 K instead of 1099 Misc, 200 jobs or $20,000 in wages per professional and location limits need to reached before the payroll provider issues (such as a bank) a 1099 K form.
We do not collect professional’s social security numbers unless 1099 K thresholds are met.
Offices are able to obtain reports for professionals they previously hired and the payment disbursed to the professional. These reports available in the “Job History” section of your account.
Should you have any questions, feel free to reach us at email@example.com.
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