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Your employer is the one to send you a W2 or a 1099.

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Do Tax Attorney's File Taxes For You?

The tax attorney is for legal advice regarding tax matters, tax planning. The accountant does the book work and files returns. Unless you are wealthy, or your biz is complicated, or you are already in trouble, you do not need an expensive tax atty. You just need a good accountant who does small ...

How do I download and print federal tax forms and .instructions

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Filing 1099-misc form?

p.s. you said "EMPLOYER". Were you an EMPLOYEE? If yes, the employer messed up. You should file an SS-8. Are you sure you were "employed", or were you sub-contracted? (Key operative definition of employer: "...having the RIGHT to direct and control your work, regardless of exercising that right ...

Where does catch up 401k contributions appear on a tax return

They don't. They appear on your W-2 in box 12. You will note that the amount in box 1 is less than box 5. The amount in box 1 is calculated by subtracting your contributions from your gross wages in box 5. You do not pay income tax on your 401k contributions, nor do you subtract them on line 32 ...