Are you unsure when to file or when you should receive your tax forms? Here are the deadlines to some common tax forms.
|Tax Form:||Send to Recipient By:||Paper File to Government By:||E-file to Government By:|
|1099-C, 1099-DIV, 1099-INT, 1099-R, 1098, 1098-T||1/31/2022||2/28/2022||3/31/2022|
|1099-MISC (all boxes except 8 or 10)||1/31/2022||2/28/2022||3/31/2022|
|1099-MISC (boxes 8 and 10)||2/15/2022||2/28/2022||3/31/2022|
Be aware that some forms may have been issued at an earlier date, so go back through your records if you’re missing a 1099 or a 1098-C. If you redeemed savings bonds, Form 1099-INT may have been issued at the time of redemption. If you donated a vehicle to a charity, Form 1098-C should have been provided within 30 days of the sale or 30 days from the contribution.
Keep in mind that you may have signed up to receive some forms electronically or via email. Be sure to check your online accounts and email if you are missing any forms.
If you are a shareholder, partner, member of a pass-through entity, or a beneficiary of a trust or estate you may not receive your Schedule K-1 until March or April, sometimes later if they are put on extension.
Don’t be nervous if you don’t receive the documents right on the due date. Allow time for mailing. You can always contact the issuer if you are unsure if you should have received it.