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Small Business Owners and the 1099 - The New Law in the Health Reform Bill.Views: 1621
Oct 14, 2010 2:13 amSmall Business Owners and the 1099 - The New Law in the Health Reform Bill.#

Eileen Brown
Eve'ng Folks.

In case you have not read this before, it will impact your
small business, whether you work from home or not:

http://money.cnn.com/2010/05/05/smallbusiness/1099_health_care_tax_change/

Be aware that if you pay anyone for services or goods that
total $600.00 (or more) you will be required to file a 1099
with the gov.

This is (of course) another gov. gimmick.

Example:
'Mary' across the street helps me take care of Russ and
I am paying her for her time. I may be paying her in cash
BUT IF I want to take that outpay and claim it as a medical
expense at the end of the year on his tax return, I'll have
to provide the gov. with the 1099's to prove I paid out the
money.

SO this does not only apply to business small and large but
to individuals as well.

Eileen

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Oct 14, 2010 3:06 pmre: Small Business Owners and the 1099 - The New Law in the Health Reform Bill.#

Bobbi Jo Woods
Not sure what this would mean for micro-businesses like me, I just have myself, and my healthcare coverage is through the state.

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Oct 17, 2010 10:01 amre: re: Small Business Owners and the 1099 - The New Law in the Health Reform Bill.#

Eileen Brown
For small business:
http://www.entrepreneur.com/money/taxcenter/taxpertisecolumnistbonnielee/article207404.html

Eileen

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Oct 17, 2010 1:27 pmre: re: re: Small Business Owners and the 1099 - The New Law in the Health Reform Bill.#

Scott Wolpow
As Linda McMahon told Richard Bluementhal in the debate.
It is not his fault he has no idea how to create jobs, he has been in government all his life.
I would suggest finding out if your lawmakers voted yes or no, then never vote for them again. And let them know why you wantthem fired.

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Oct 17, 2010 4:09 pmre: re: re: Small Business Owners and the 1099 - The New Law in the Health Reform Bill.#

Bobbi Jo Woods
Thanks, Eileen

I have several clients who paid me at least $600 this year, but a few paid via PayPal, so I'll check with my tax accountant to see if those count.

-Bobbi Jo

Bobbi Jo Woods, Owner, B. Woods Design
Professional Websites for Small Business
877-996-9932 Toll-free
http://www.bwoodsdesign.com

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Oct 17, 2010 4:53 pmre: re: re: re: Small Business Owners and the 1099 - The New Law in the Health Reform Bill.#

Scott Wolpow
Bobbi,
They have to send you 1099. If you are a corporation, this is not needed.

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Oct 17, 2010 11:00 pmre: re: re: re: re: Small Business Owners and the 1099 - The New Law in the Health Reform Bill.#

Bobbi Jo Woods
But I have to request them or else I won't get them.

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Oct 17, 2010 11:28 pmre: re: re: re: re: re: Small Business Owners and the 1099 - The New Law in the Health Reform Bill.#

Scott Wolpow
No, the onus is on them. They should ask you for your EIN or SS number before January 30th.

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Oct 18, 2010 1:50 amre: re: re: re: re: re: re: Small Business Owners and the 1099 - The New Law in the Health Reform Bi#

Bobbi Jo Woods
That's what I mean - I'll be sending a letter to them with my EIN so it's clear that they need to do 1099 for me. Otherwise, many assume since I'm a freelancer that I don't require one.

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Oct 19, 2010 3:17 amre: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: Small Business Owners and the 1099 - The New Law in the Health Refor#

Eileen Brown
Here's the thing I dislike about the whole scenario. My
web business is what I consider "my business". With Russ,
because of the power of attorney for his financial matters,
that also makes an LLC (for me)separate from what my actual
working business is. So now, I suddenly have two
businesses.

I've had this all along, but with some of the new rules,
HIS taxes and situation become a huge can of worms for ME.
I don't keep all his personal items in detail, like I used
to do. I DO keep all payments for services, but not in any
real accounting manner. His properties are listed in my
name however, with the LLC designation.

Same 'ol political crapola we've always had with a new
twist, much more paperwork. Yeck.

Eileen :(

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