This list of deadlines is not exhaustive and may not include some important dates. Where dates are missing or in conflict with IRS information, the IRS information supersedes what is listed here.
The deadline imposed by the Internal Revenue Service for printing and mailing recipient copies is 02/01/2016. This is for Forms 3921, 3922, 1099, 1098, and W2-G. (Exceptions: 1099-MISC reporting for payments in Boxes 8 or 14, 1099-B, 1098-C, and 1099-S)
02/16/2016 is the deadline for printing and mailing recipient copies for Form 1099-B, 1099-S and 1099-MISC reporting for payments in Boxes 8 or 14.
02/29/2016 is the deadline for filing Form 3921, 3922, 1099, 1098, and W-2G if filing on paper with IRS via Paper (1099 Services only files electronically).
03/15/2016: Print/Mail and eFile Form 1042-S
03/31/2016: File Form 3921, 3922, 1099, 1098, and W-2G electronically with the IRS.
05/02/2016: Print and mail recipient copies for Form 5498-ESA.
05/31/2016: Print and mail Recipient Copies for Form 5498-SA and 5498 reporting Contributions.
08/01/2016: File Corrections for Forms 1099, 1098, 5498, and W-2G with IRS via Paper or electronically.
If 1099 Services is mailing recipient copies for your company, your Information Return data must be provided to 1099 Services in a timely fashion. “Timely fashion” means by January 25 to guarantee that this deadline is met. This cutoff date may vary slightly from year to year. If data is delivered after the cutoff date 1099 Services CANNOT GUARANTEE that your recipient copies will be mailed prior to the deadline.
The deadline for filing electronically with the Internal Revenue Service is typically the last day of March. This can be a day or two later if that falls on a weekend. If 1099 Services is only filing with the IRS for your company (rather than also mailing recipient copies), your Information Return data must be provided to 1099 Services by March 25.
Upon completion of recipient copy mailing you will receive a report of all mailed recipients in PDF format. For very large transactions sets we may have to transmit in a Zip archive due to email attachment size constraints.