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About my Intuit 1099-K Form

If you processed credit and debit card payments with Intuit in the current tax filing year, the Internal Revenue Service (under IRS regulation 6050W) requires Intuit to provide a 1099-K for your account.

Find out more about why Intuit is providing you this form by clicking here.


Important things to know about your 1099-K:

  • Delivery of 1099-Ks will begin in mid-January 2014.  All required 1099-Ks will be mailed or e-mailed by January 31st, 2014.
  • Intuit issues one 1099-K per merchant account number. All merchants that have processed credit card transactions in 2013 will receive a 1099-K*.
  • All transactions are reported on a 1099-K including credits, refunds and reversals. If necessary, your accountant can help determine how to reconcile those transactions for tax purposes.
  • The final filling date for all 1099-K forms is April 15th, 2014 however changes can only be made up to March 31st, 2014. Changes to account information can only be made to the current (2013) and future tax year's 1099 -K unless we are specifically instructed otherwise by the IRS. 
  • Electronic check processing transactions are not reported on the 1099-K.

*Certain specific merchant account types may not receive a 1099-K.

What do I need to do?

Intuit has two company versions of the 1099-K tax form, please use the highlighted information in the images below to identify which 1099-K form you received and then click the link below that image for more information. 












NOTE: If you receive the message Account information is temporarily unavailable when performing the steps listed above, there may be an unexpected error.

Try logging out of the Merchant Service Center and logging back in and repeating your steps. 

If the error occurs again, you will need to clear the browser cache.

Jessica Leyva 1/16/2014

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