IRS Form 1099-INT is used to report interest income.
Example use: Payers of interest income use this form to report the amount paid to investors at year's end.
When would you need to file a 1099-INT?
You must file a Form 1099-INT for each person you paid amounts reportable in Box 1, for Interest Income, Box 3, for Interest on U.S. Savings Bonds and Treasury Obligations, and Box 8, for Tax-Exempt Interest.
You must file a Form 1099-INT for each person for whom you withheld or paid any foreign tax on interest.
You must file a Form 1099-INT for each person from whom you withheld; without refunding, any federal income tax on the basis of backup withholding rules. There is no minimum requirement for this, you must file regardless of the amount of the payment.
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1099-INT eFile Info
Electronically-filed 1099-INT forms are directly transmitted to the IRS from Tax1099.
You will receive IRS acknowledgement of your eFile by email within 3 - 7 business days.