Form 1099-B is used to report proceeds from broker and barter exchange transactions. These transactions are sales made by other parties in the ordinary course of a trade or business that are overseen by the broker reporting on Form 1099-B. When reporting to the IRS, brokers must limit transactions to one per Form 1099-B.
The IRS 1099-B Form is subject to the slightly different deadlines as other IRS 1099 Forms. Their deadlines are as follows:
Recipient copies must be mailed
Paper copies must be filed with the
Electronic copies must be e-filed with the IRS by
Depending on your state requirements file the Form 1099-B with the applicable state department. If the state is apart of the Combined Federal/State Filing, then the IRS will forward the original and corrected forms to the state free of charge.Learn More
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If your Form 1099-B is rejected or you notice an error on an already filed 1099-B Form, you'll need to correct it as soon as possible. Corrections can be made electronically or on paper. If the error is part of the transferor's data, a corrected copy of Form 1099-B will need to be sent to them as well.Learn More
An extension for Form 1099-B can be received by filing Form 8809. Form 8809 offers a 30-day automatic extension and can be filed online with ExpressTaxFilings. Within few minutes, ExpressTaxFilings can have your 1099-B filing extension done.Learn More