E-File IRS Form 1042-S - Foreign Person’s U.S. Source Income

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Are you looking for where to file 1042-S online? IRS approved Tax1099.com allows you to eFile your 1042-S with security and ease, all online. IRS Form 1042-S is used to report a foreign person’s income, if it is sourced in the U.S.

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What is IRS Form 1042-S?

  • IRS Form 1042 is used to report a foreign person’s income, if it is sourced in the U.S., and subject to withholding. Example use: Payers use this form to report payments to foreign persons.

When would you need to file a 1042-S?

  • If you are a withholding agent of a foreign person’s income, you may need to file Form 1042-S.
  • If you are a withholding agent paying a foreign person income that is subject to withholding, even if you are not paying the withholding, you may need to file Form 1042-S.
  • For more, visit www.irs.gov


1042-S Deadline and Important Dates


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Filing Type Due Date
Recipient Copy Mar 16, 2021
IRS eFile Mar 16, 2021
IRS Paper Filing Mar 16, 2021

1042-S eFile Info



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You will receive IRS acknowledgement of your eFile by email within 3 - 7 business days.

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