Breaking News from the Internal Revenue Service! The IRS announced that they’re delaying the implementation of the new 1099-K $600 reporting requirement for third party payment platforms such as Paypal, Ebay, Venmo, and Cash App.
This is huge news folks! This means that you don’t have to worry about the new $600 dollar 1099Ks for the upcoming tax season.
Keep in mind, this is simply postponed and not canceled. The IRS is using 2022 as a transition year, but it does still go into effect for tax year 2023, for now.
Just to recap, it is not eliminated, only postponed for another year. So, for 2023, the 1099K $600 reporting threshold would be in effect.
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