Printing one 1099 at the bottom

I need to print one extra 1099 for a vendor.  I have one empty form at the bottom of my last page of 1099 forms.  Can I print 1 1099 form on the bottom of the page instead of the top?


Hi there, mikedarciwolff

Thank you for reaching out to us here in the Community.

Yes, you can print the extra 1099 for your vendor at the bottom of the 1099 forms’ last page. Please take note that you can print 2 vendors per page.

You can also have the option to e-file your 1099 forms to the IRS using QuickBooks Desktop.

That’ll help you completely submit your 1099’s to the federal agency, mikedarciwolff. Please let me know if you have other concerns by leaving a comment below. I’ll be here to help you out.

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