So instead of just DIRECTLY mailing or emailing me my 1099, an employer sent it to me here. So where is the 1099, how do I find it, and how do I view/download it? Thanks.

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Welcome to the Community, igaveyoumyfakeem.

I can show you how to view and download your 1099 from QuickBooks Self-Employed.

Did your employer invite you to access your 1099 in QuickBooks Self-Employed? If yes, you should be able to view and download it after they submit it to the IRS. You'll receive an email to create an account with QBSE. 

Just follow the instructions from the email invitation when creating the account.

From there, you can login anytime by going to https://selfemployed.intuit.com. Then, check your 1099 by going to your Documents tab. Here's more information from this article: 1099s in QuickBooks Self-Employed.

That should help you find your 1099. Let me know if you have follow-up questions in pulling up your 1099 in QBSE by leaving a comment below. I'm always glad to help in any way I can. Have a great rest of the day. 

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