Report income from a restaurant supply vendor on a 1099 form if you pay them $600 or more in a tax year. The Internal Revenue Service requires businesses to report the payments that they make to non-corporate vendors. Use Form 1099-NEC to fill out the appropriate information and send your relevant forms by Jan. 31 for payments that your business made in the previous year. Do not worry about your business’s organizational structure. The IRS does not require you to fill out and file 1099 forms if they classify the restaurant supply vendor as a corporation. Make sure that you use a 1099 form when you pay a restaurant supply vendor for services, not products.
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