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1099 Form 2013: 1099 Software by W2Mate.com Makes Filing 2013 1099 Returns Easy and Affordable

By utilizing W2 Mate software, businesses can meet IRS requirements for filing 1099 forms on time. The deadline to file 2013 forms 1099 is Friday January 31, 2014. Filers can download free 1099 software trial by visiting http://www.W2Mate.com/ .

CHICAGO, Jan. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 1099 forms software developer, Real Business Solutions Inc. (http://www.W2Mate.com/), reminds small businesses and tax practitioners of the 2013 deadline for filing IRS 1099 returns.  The software maker also invites filers to try the 2013 version of its W2 Mate software, which can be used to key-in, import, populate, review, report, PDF, E-File and print W2 and 1099 tax forms.

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W2 Mate 2013 supports filing returns with the IRS, electronic reporting, paper document reporting, generating corrected returns on paper forms, recipient names and taxpayer identification numbers (TINs) matching, printing statements to recipients, backup withholding and truncating recipient's identification numbers.

2013 W2 Mate evaluation can be downloaded from http://www.W2Mate.com. Customers can purchase the software and receive it instantly.

W2 Mate prints an unlimited number of 1099 forms for an unlimited number of recipients for one low fee. W2 Mate offers a high-quality W-2 1099 processing solution while remaining one of the most competitively priced software applications in the US market.

W2 Mate also offers the ability to create PDF 1099 forms. Instead of printing recipient 1099s on blank paper or pre-printed 1099 forms, W2 Mate can create a secure, password protected PDF file for each recipient / contractor. In order to open the PDF files, recipients would use their social security number and the city name portion of their address. Emailing password-protected PDF 1099 forms is probably more secure than paper forms which could be

Year after year, US small businesses and accounting firms rely on W2 Mate to process accurate and timely 1099 and W2 returns with the IRS and Social Security Administration.

According to IRS regulations, if you paid someone who is not your employee, such as a subcontractor, attorney or accountant $600 or more for services provided during the year, a Form 1099-MISC needs to be completed, and a copy of 1099-MISC must be provided to the independent contractor by January 31 of the year following payment. You must also send a copy of this form to the IRS by February 28 (forms do not have to be sent to the IRS until March 31 if the business files the 1099s electronically).

In a statement Nancy Walters, W2 Mate product manager said, "Preparing 1099 contractor forms is a chore, but it doesn't have to be. This is why we built W2 Mate. Powerful, yet very affordable, W2 1099 software that can be used by small businesses and large alike to print, E-mail and e-File 1099 contractor and other IRS tax forms."

Give W2 Mate a test drive and see for yourself how easy 1099 filing can be. Visit http://www.W2Mate.com/.

SOURCE Real Business Solutions Inc.

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