Is there Vendor report for Form 1099 misc that can be sent to excel that has the fields for the Oregon iWire spreadsheet.?

Using Quickbooks desktop Enterprise solutions: Nonprofit 18.0.

Need a vendor report that has the information need for the attached iWire-spread sheet for Form 1099 misc tab only. 

This report will be export to excel from QB and imported into the spreadsheet.

Maybe this report has already been made since others must be using the spreadsheet for State of Oregon iWire reporting.



Hi there, accounting,

Let me share some information about reporting the Vendor report for Form 1099 Misc to the State of Oregon.

You can use the 1099 Summary report for your vendors and export it to excel by performing the steps below:

  1. Go to Reports at the top, then select the 1099 Summary report.
  2. Select the Excel drop-down at the top of the report.
  3. Select Create New Worksheet.
  4. On the Send Report to Excel window, select Create a comma separated values (.csv) file.
  5. Select Export.
  6. Assign a file name, then choose the location where you want to save the file.
  7. Locate, open, and edit the file as needed.

Please visit the Import/export CSV files article for more information.

Since iWire reporting needs further assistance from the agency, I’d suggest contacting them through this link: They can support you on how to import the excel report of the Vendor report for Form 1099 Misc through their iWire spreadsheet.

Don’t hesitate to drop a comment below if you need anything else about QuickBooks. I’m always here to help. Have an awesome day, accounting!

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