Where to Send Your Kansas 1099

If you receive a 1099 form for Kansas income, you’ll need to file it with the state’s Department of Revenue. Here’s what you need to know.

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Introduction

If you are a Kansas business that pays rent, you will need to file a 1099 form for each of your tenants. You will need to include their name, address, and Social Security number or federal tax identification number. You can find the form online at the Kansas Department of Revenue website. Once you have completed the form, you will need to send it to the Department of Revenue.

1099-MISC

If you are an individual, sole proprietor, or statutorily exempt organization with a mailing address in Kansas, and paid $600 or more in rents, services, prizes and awards, other income payments, medical and health care payments, crop insurance proceeds, not subject to backup withholdings, or payments to an attorney during the course of your trade or business; you will need to file a 1099-MISC.

The 1099-MISC is an information return that is used to report certain miscellaneous income payments. The payments reported on a 1099-MISC must be made to someone who is not your employee and who is engaged in a trade or business. The general rule is that you must file a 1099-MISC for each person to whom you have paid at least $600 in rents, services (including parts and materials), prizes and awards, other income payments, medical and health care payments, crop insurance proceeds not subject to backup withholdings; or payments to an attorney during the course of your trade or business. You will also need to file a 1099-MISC if you have withheld any federal income tax under the backup withholding rules regardless of the amount of the payment.

1099-K

If you are an out-of-state seller with sales tax nexus in Kansas, you may be required to file a 1099-K.

A 1099-K is an IRS form that is used to report certain types of payment card and third party network transactions. The 1099-K form is used by sellers to report income from payment card and third party network transactions to the IRS.

If you are required to file a 1099-K, you will need to send the form to the Kansas Department of Revenue. The address for the Kansas Department of Revenue is:

Kansas Department of Revenue
PO Box 10009
Topeka, KS 66612

1099-INT

The 1099-INT form is used to report interest income. You should receive a 1099-INT form from each financial institution from which you received interest income of $10 or more during the tax year.

The 1099-INT should be mailed to the recipient by January 31 and should be postmarked by the due date. The 1099-INT is considered timely filed if it is postmarked by the due date and received by the IRS no later than 30 days after the due date.

1099-DIV

You should receive a 1099-DIV form if you received $10 or more in dividends from a financial institution located in Kansas. This form is used to report investment income for tax purposes. Dividends are taxable, so you will need to include this information when you file your taxes.

The 1099-DIV form will be sent to you by the financial institution where you received the dividends. You will need to include this form with your tax return when you file.

If you have any questions about the 1099-DIV form or where to send it, you should contact the financial institution that issued the form. They will be able to provide you with more specific instructions.

1099-B

The 1099-B form is used by financial institutions to report certain sales or exchanges of securities to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). This form is used to report proceeds from broker and barter exchange transactions, as well as sales of commodities, futures, and options. The information included on the 1099-B form is used by the IRS to calculate your taxes owed.

You should receive a 1099-B form from each broker or barter exchange through which you conducted a transaction during the year. If you did not receive a 1099-B form from a broker or barter exchange, you should contact them to request one.

If you receive a 1099-B form that is incorrect or incomplete, you should contact the broker or exchange listed on the form to request a correction. You should also keep your own records of your transactions in case you need to file an amended return.

The instructions for mailing your completed Kansas 1099 vary depending on whether you are required to file electronically or not. If you are not required to file electronically, you should mail your completed forms to:

Kansas Department of Revenue
Division of Accounts and Reports
PO Box 10005
Topeka, KS 66612-0005

1099-S

The 1099-S you receive is generated by the settlement agent and reports the sale of your home to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). You should receive it by January 31st. It’s important to keep this form for your records.

The 1099-S does not need to be sent in with your tax return, but you must keep it for your records. The 1099-S you receive should be reported on your tax return, even if you do not profit from the sale.

1099-C

If you’re a business that receives payments for services, you’re required to file a 1099-C form for each person or business to whom you paid more than $600 during the year. The 1099-C form is used to report income from canceled debt, and it must be filed with the state of Kansas.

1099-PATR

The 1099-PATR is a form used to report certain tax information related to your distributions from a profit-sharing or retirement plan. The payer (in this case, your employer) will send you a 1099-PATR if you received taxable distributions of $10 or more during the tax year.

Kansas does not have a state income tax, so you are not required to file a state return. However, if you received a 1099-PATR from your employer, you should keep it for your records in case you are audited by the IRS.

1099-OID

The 1099-OID is a tax form sent to people who have earned interest from certain types of bonds, or who have received payments in lieu of dividends on their stocks. The form is also sent to those who have participated in real estate closings, or who have received other types of income that is not subject to withholding. The 1099-OID is used to report this interest income to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Kansas residents who receive a 1099-OID should mail the form to the following address:

Kansas Department of Revenue
Income Tax Division
915 SW Harrison Street, Room 151
Topeka, KS 66612-1588

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