E. Martin Davidoff, CPA, Esq., Partner-in-Charge of the National Tax Controversy Practice for Prager Metis, recently quoted in the Forbes article: “Senate Snubs Omnibus Amendment That Would Have Raised Limit For Issuing 1099-Ks”. Under the current reporting regime, many more taxpayers who use third-party platforms to sell items online and to process credit card payments will be receiving Form 1099-K as compared to 2021. Read the full article here to find out how this affects you and what to expect next.
Senate Snubs Omnibus Amendment That Would Have Raised Limit For Issuing 1099-Ks
In The News | | Jan 02, 2023