Congress Votes to Repeal New 1099 Requirement

The Senate and House have approved a measure that would repeal the expanded Form 1099 reporting requirements that were part of last year’s health care law. The move has broad support because the Form 1099 rules, which are set to require businesses to report any purchases of more than $600 of goods and services from vendors in a year to the Internal Revenue Service, are expected to increase accounting costs for small businesses. The AICPA supports repeal of the expanded Form 1099 reporting requirements; however, it has asked the Treasury Department for guidance on several pressing issues if the rules are not repealed.

From CPA Lettter Daily

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