Article Date:
November 2007


Word Count:
224

 

 

Missing 1099 Creates Trouble


Uriah Vincent Jones worked for three employers during the year. He also worked as an independent contractor for a condominium developer.

 

In preparing his tax return for the year, Jones left out the 1099 income from the condominium developer. Shortly after filing his return, Jones received the 1099, but he did not file an amended return. This was a mistake.

 

The IRS showed up to give Jones the grand quiz about the unreported 1099 income.

 

Undeterred by the IRS, Jones took the ... Log in to view full article.

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