Qwil will file 1099s for payees of companies who request this service. A platform must opt-in to the service in order for Qwil to file tax forms on behalf of your payees. Qwil has partnered with Intuit to file and deliver our Form 1099 tax filing service in 2019. By enrolling, you agree to the terms of Qwil’s filing service: qwil.co/tax-filing-terms.
How do I enroll our company in Qwil's 1099 tax filing service?
As of tax year 2019, platform Admins will be able to enroll in Qwil’s 1099 filing process directly in the webapp. In early October, you'll see invitations to enroll appear in the webapp. You'll need to either Enroll or Opt Out of this service. The deadline to enroll is November 30th, 2019. If you fail to enroll by this date you’ll be automatically opted out of the filing service.
What are Qwil's Form 1099 tax filing services?
Qwil will mail copies of e-filed Form 1099s to each payee using the address information registered in the Qwil Platform following e-filing with the IRS. If you or your payee(s) require a correction to the e-filed Form 1099, you must submit a request to firstname.lastname@example.org with complete information no later than March 15th, 2020.
Qwil will provide you electronic copies of e-filed Form 1099 tax forms under your EIN upon request using a secure method of transmission of Qwil’s choice. Due to information security requirements, Qwil will not provide electronic copies via email. Qwil will not provide copies of any Form 1096.
What are my responsibilities as a Platform Administrator?
You must enroll in the Qwil 1099 Filing Service using the Qwil webapp no later than November 30th, 2019. You also have the option to include additional historical 2019 earnings for any of your payees via the Qwil webapp. You must submit any additional historical 2019 earnings no later than December 15th, 2019.
You're responsible for the accuracy of all 2019 earnings information registered with the Qwil Platform. Please be sure that you have not registered any non-taxable earnings (such as expense reimbursements) for any payee in the Qwil Platform.
You are responsible for any late filing of any Form 1099 tax information not provided to Qwil before the deadlines set forth in this agreement. Qwil is not responsible for any IRS penalties that may result from late filing or any incorrect payee tax or payee personal information included in the e-filed Form 1099. You're responsible for corrections of any Form 1099 tax information after March 15th, 2020.
What are my Payee's responsibilities?
All payees are responsible for ensuring that their tax information is accurately registered in the Qwil Platform. Qwil will email all US domestic payees using their email address registered with the Qwil Platform to remind them to confirm their personal information. Payees must make any corrections via the Qwil webapp. The deadline for submitting corrections is December 15th, 2019.
Are there fees associated with using the Filing Service?
Unless otherwise stated in your contract with Qwil (TriNet clients do not have to pay per Form 1099, but will be charged correction fees), you'll pay the following fees associated with Qwil’s 1099 Filing Service:
- $5 per each Form 1099 filed
- $20 per each correction processed to a Form 1099
Please contact our Support team through the modal at the bottom right of the Qwil web app, or email email@example.com if you have any questions at all.