Yes, you oftentimes should file a 1099 form for payments that you make to a marketing agency. There are times when the Internal Revenue Service will not object to you not issuing the Form 1099-MISC or Form 1099-NEC.
Complete a Form 1099-NEC for marketing contractors that provided you with services during a tax year that equal or exceed $600. Check to make sure the marketing agency is not classified as a corporation. The IRS allows businesses to skip filling out Form 1099-NEC if they classified the paid company as a business structure, like an S-Corporation and C-Corporation. Request that an agency submit a Form W-9 to you so you can confirm whether they are incorporated.
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