A 1099-OID is for Original Issue Discount, the minimum amount that should be reported for this type of form is $10. This form is usually used for financial products like bonds or notes that were not purchased at their set or face value. It must have a maturity date of at least one year if not more.Where do I find a 1099 form?
Visit your local IRS office and request 1099 forms in person. Find out where your local IRS office is by searching the IRS website under the “Contact My Local Office” link. Go to the library and look for the forms in the lobby where other materials such as free newspapers are located.What are the requirements to become a 1099?
In general, you are only required to issue a Form 1099-MISC to an individual or an unincorporated business. If the payee qualifies, you must secure a valid Social Security number or tax ID number, as well as a valid address. This may prove to be tricky, as some people who are self-employed prefer to remain anonymous in the eyes of the IRS.What is a 1099 form and who gets one?
A 1099 form is a tax document filed by an organization or individual that paid you during the tax year. "Employees get W-2s. This is the equivalent of a W-2 for a person that's not an employee," says Debbie Oster, certified public accountant and director of tax compliance at Margolin, Winer & Evens in Garden City, New York.