There’s a lot of mis-information going around about the new reporting requirements or limits for IRS form 1099-K. Allow me to clear up any 1099-K confusion that you may have.

In this video, I’ll ensure the 1099-K is explained in a way that you and everyone can understand. Later on, I’ll explain how the new 1099-K reporting requirements won’t actually change the amount of tax that you owe.

Form 1099-K is an IRS information return used to report certain transactions to encourage voluntary tax compliance. The form would be received by January 31st for transactions in the prior calendar year.

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