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1099 W2 Forms

How Do We Print 1098 Form

At the 1099-Etc Main Menu, select Module>W-2/1099 Forms Filer. Select your Payer, select Form>1098 Forms>1098 and the form will be displayed on the screen. Enter your data and when you are ready to print the form simply select Print>Form and follow the prompts to print the
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How Should Foreign Address Be Entered

On foreign addresses on the form 1042-S you enter the astrick (*) before the City, State and Zip.
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Does Your Software Print 1042

As of 2016, the 1042-S Filer is a module that can be added to the W2/1099 Forms Filer (base software that is required). The 1042-T will be in the 1042-S filer since it is the required transmittal form for the 1042-S. The 1042-S was originally, and is still part of the 2015 W2/1099 For
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How Do I Suppress Printing Line 17

In AMS Payroll, after selecting the 941 Form and selecting your Print Options, and the Quarter, a screen titled 941 Control and Signer Information will display. Remove the X from Print Line 17, even when not required. In the Forms Filer Plus option of the 941 form, place an X in the b
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Can I Sort The 1099S In Alpha Order

Yes. On the Form Entry Screen for your 1099 form, select Utilities>Sort Database by Name, TIN, OAN, Zip or Field. Select the Sorting Order and follow the prompts to complete.
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Can We Enter The Data Directly Into The Wsc Form

Yes, you can enter data directly on the W-2C form.
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Can I Print Totals For W2 In The 4Up Quadrant Code

No, you cannot print the W-2 totals when printing the employee copies. To print the W-2 totals you will need to select the Payer/State/Federal copies and select Totals on the Record Selection screen.
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Is It Possible To Show More Than 2 Locals On W2S

No, the form itself only has room for two. If the employee has more than 2 local taxes, the program will create a second W-2 that only lists the additional locals.
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How Do I Print A Corrected Form

After correcting the 1099-Misc information you will need to place an “X” in the CORR box. The 1099-MISC Copy A form that goes to the IRS will need to be printed on a Pre-Printed Form. The Reipient Copy can be printed on blank paper if you have purchased the Laser Generatio
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Where Can I Get The Wager Codes For The W2G Form

You can go to the IRS’ website, www.irs.gov, and look at the W-2G instructions.
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How To Transfer Data From W2 To W2C

Yes, you can transfer data from W-2 to W-2C forms. You can even designate whether the data is the Previous or the Corrected information. First open the client in the W-2/1099 Forms Filer Menu and select Form>W-2/W-3 Forms>W-2. On the W-2 Form Entry screen, select Transfer and fo
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Print W2 B And C On Same Page

Yes, a recipient copy B and C for one employee can be printed on one sheet with the software.
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1099G Transfers To 1096 Forms

According to the 1096 instructions no amounts from the 1099-G are required to be transferred.
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Printed W2 Forms Don’t Show Totals

You can print the totals when you are printing the W-2’s. After selecting Print>Form from the Form Entry screen follow the prompts until you get to the Record Selection screen. In the area for Records or Totals(or Both), select Print Totals. You can also print a Table Report
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How Do I Print W2 Records By State

On the W-2 Form Entry screen, select Print>Form. Select the Printer Mode and the Type of Output. On the Record Selection screen, towards the bottom, replace the “*” with “OH” (or “MI“) in the W-2 State Selection Criteria box. Click OK and finish
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I Have Withholding For Two Different States But W2S Show Only One

Make sure all checks entered for your state B employees have a Bxx (xx determines the local taxes and do not come into play at this point) in the State code on the checks. Make sure your state “B” employees and/or the state “B” checks have not been omitted.
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How Do I Type A Zero In Box 9

Box 9 of the 1099-MISC form is a yes/no question, blank=No, X=Yes, zero is not a proper response and you will not be able to enter it.
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Can We Print 1098 Copy A Forms

1098 Copy A is required to be filed using the pre-printed red forms. Use Printer Mode, 2 HP Laser Printer (Pre-printed forms) and you’ll be able to print on those forms. If you need to purchase forms, we recommend NELCO, 800-266-4669.
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Are Laser Generated Copy A W2 Forms Accepted By The Ssa

Yes, those forms have been approved and will be accepted as printed.
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Where Do I Input Data Form 1042-S

As of 2016, the 1042-S Filer is a module that can be added to the W2/1099 Forms Filer (base software that is required). The 1042-T will be in the 1042-S filer since it is the required transmittal form for the 1042-S. The 1042-S was originally, and is still part of the 2015 W2/1099 For
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How Do I Print Copy B Form

Open the W-2 and on the Form Entry screen, select Print>Form. Select the Printer Mode and then the Type of Output screen will allow you to select the employee copy that you need.
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When Can We Transfer Data From 1099S And W 2S

The 4th quarter update will have the 1096 and W-3 forms. This update will be available mid-to-late December and can be downloaded from our website.
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How Do We Transfer 1042S To 1042

As of 2016, the 1042-S Filer is a module that can be added to the W2/1099 Forms Filer (base software that is required). The 1042-T will be in the 1042-S filer since it is the required transmittal form for the 1042-S. The 1042-S was originally, and is still part of the 2015 W2/1099 For
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When Will Form 940 Available

Form 940 will be added to the software in late December with the 4th quarter release.
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What Are The Credit Reduction Rates

The 2013 credit reduction states and rates are as follows: Arkansas — 0.009 California — 0.009 Connecticut — 0.009 Delaware — 0.006 Florida — 0.006 Georgia — 0.009 Indiana — 0.012 Kentucky — 0.009 Missouri — 0.009 North Carolina &#
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Program Include W 2 1099 Forms

Yes, we support W-2s and all 1099 Forms in the W-2/1099 Forms Filer.
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Is There Any Way Produce Form 1096 Irs Submittal

You must use a pre-printed 1096 Copy A form to submit to the IRS.
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Do We Need The Red Inked Forms To Produce 1099 A

Yes, the red form is required for Copy A of the 1099. We do not sell the forms but recommend you purchase them from Nelco. They can be reached at 800-266-4669.
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Where Do I Order My Forms And Checks From

We encourage our customers to purchase forms from Nelco Tax Forms. You may order online from Taxforms.. Nelco’s telephone numbers are: Voice 800-266-4669 414-337-1000 or Fax 800-99-NELCO 414-336-5130 Both 1099-Etc and AMS Payroll have been developed and extensively tested using
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Does Your Program Support 944 Form

Yes, our program supports the 944 form. It can be found in the AMS Payroll and Forms Filer Plus modules.
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Will Ssa Accept Laser Generated W 2Cw 3C Forms

The SSA will accept the laser-generated W-2c/W-3c forms. Currently the 1099’s and 1096’s are the only forms requiring the preprinted red Copy A forms.
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Can I Use Scannable Forms Unemployment Reports

Yes. Unless the form indicates that it is a “File Copy Only” it can be filed. Be aware that you may be able to suppress the “File Copy Only” message but this does not mean the form can be filed.
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Can I Print A List To Show Which Forms A Payer Uses

You can print a list of forms that are used for an individual Payer or multiple Payers. From the 1099-Etc Main Menu, select Utilities>Print Utilties>Print Count of All 1099-Etc Forms in Use. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete.
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How Can I Prepare Forms For Prior Year

You will need to purchase the prior year program. Please call our Sales Department 800-536-1099 to purchase.
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Software Every State Federal Form

The 1099-Etc software has payroll tax and unemployment forms for each state plus Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico. It also has federal tax and unemployment forms plus a few others related to payroll taxes. Click the following links to see the supported forms for each Module. W-2/1099 F
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What Does Error 213 End Of File Found Unexpectedly

This error indicates a corrupted file. Please contact AMS by email, support@1099-Etc.com, or by phone, 405-340-0697, ASAP. We can walk you through the steps to try to recover the file.
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Error Message Action Cancelled Page Cannot Be Displayed

Microsoft released a security update that does not allow CHM files to be viewed over a network. Since that is the format of the Help, Changes and Tutorial files, and most likely the program is installed to a network, that is the reason that you cannot access these files. You have two
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What Does Error Payer Not Found In Database Cre Mean

The DATABASE.CRE file contains a master list of all files the program uses. If you get an error involving the DATABASE.CRE file, you should download and install the latest update from the 1099-Etc website, www.1099-etc.com.
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What Does Error 5 File In Use Mean

This error could mean a variety of things. If the file is not in use, then the file is likely locked open. If you are using a stand alone PC, reboot it. If you are using a network, make sure that another user doesn’t have this file open at his/her workstation. If it is not open
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Any Way To Find Out Which Clients Have Been Transmitted

If you submitted the forms via E-Filing Services for the 941s, W-2s or 1099s, you can check the Batch Status by doing the following: At the 1099-Etc Main Menu, select Module>E-Filer. On the E-Filer Menu, select E-Filing Services>Check Status. The Check Status screen will list al
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How Do I Pay For The Forms I Submitted

During the E-Filing Services process (after sending the forms to the third-party vendor), you will be prompted to select the Batches to Pay. You can pay then or elect to wait and pay at another time by accessing Payment Status from the E-Filing Services Menu. You pay by Credit card an
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How To Correct Phone As Invalid Data Type

A payer’s phone number is required when E-Filing. The easiest place to input the missing phone number is to go into the W2/1099 Forms Filer and select the payer you are having a problem with. Next, select Payer > Basic Payer Info. There will be a box where you can enter the p
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How Far Back Can We File W2C Forms

You can file W-2Cs for the current year and the three prior years.
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How To Correct Rf Or End Of File Was Reached

The RW records in the electronic file contain the Employee Wage information. The RF record is the final record of the file. Apparently, the electronic file that was sent did not contain any wage information. Please recreate the file and check with our Viewer (E-Filer>Utilties>Vi
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Do I Need To Submit 1099 Or W3 Of I E File

The 1099/W-2 data is summarized in the electronic file, you do not need to create/submit the 1096/W-3 form.
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How Do I Use Combined State Filing For 1099S

The Combined Federal/State filer program for 1099s is supported in the E-File Direct module. If your state participates in the Combined Federal/State program you will have to submit a test file to the IRS. The test file is normally file between November and mid-February. See IRS publi
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Can We Submit Multiple Companies When Creating W2

You can submit multiple companies in one W-2 electronic file to upload to the SSA.
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Name Of The File Uploaded Ssa That Includes W2 Information

The file must have been created using the E-File Direct Option. The name of the file is by default called EFW2.EFD and it is normally located in the 1099-Etc program directory.
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Can I E File Corrected 1099S

Yes, you can E-File corrected 1099 forms for corrected Money Amounts ONLY through E-File Direct.
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Name Of The File That Contains 1099 Information

The file must have been created through the E-File Direct Option. The file name by default is EF1099.EFD and it is normally found in the 1099-Etc program directory.
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How do you correct “RF or end of file was reached before RW records were processed?”

The RW records in the electronic file contain the Employee Wage information. The RF record is the final record of the file. Apparently, the electronic file that was sent did not contain any wage information. Please recreate the file and check with our Viewer (E-Filer>Utilties>Vi
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Do I Need Transmitter Control Code If I E File

Yes, you need a Transmitter Control Code (TCC) from the IRS when using E-File Direct. You will need to file form 4419 to receive this code. This form is available from the IRS’ website, www.irs.gov or in our Forms Filer Plus module (purchase required).
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Do I Need Sign Ssa Electronically File W 2S Through E File Direct Module

Yes, you will need a User Identification Number (User ID) issued by the SSA to do that, call 800-772-6270 to obtain that number or register online at www.ssa.gov with Business Services Online (BSO).
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Does E File Direct Allow Filing 941 Forms

No, E-File Direct is only for W-2 and 1099 type forms. To E-File the 941 you will need to have AMS Payroll and use E-File Services. There is a per form charge, which can be found here.
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What Is The E File Direct Option

The E-File Direct Option was formerly known as the Magnetic Filing Option. This option allows you to create a file (via the federal specifications) that the user submits to the IRS/SSA via the internet.
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Is There Way Create Form W2G Information So It Can Be E Filed

Yes, the W-2G information is entered in the W-2/1099 Forms Menu. Once the Payer is opened, select Form>1099 Forms>W-2G from the Forms Menu. Then select either E-File Direct or E-Filing Services and 1099 as the Form Type to E-File the W-2G forms.
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Can I File 1098S Electronically

Yes, a 1098 is considered to be a 1099 form and is included with them in the E-File Direct Module or E-Filing Services.
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What Is E Filing Services

E-Filing Services allows the user to electronically file their W-2, 1099, W-2C and 1042S forms via a third party vendor. AMS is working with a specialist third-party provider who has built a state-of-the-art solution with which 1099-Etc is integrated. There are different levels of E-F
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Do I Need File 1096 If I E File

No, the information that would appear on the 1096 is included in the E-File.
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Do I Need To File A W3 If I E File

No, the information on the W3 is already included in the E-File.
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Update Software To Computer Not Connected To Internet

If you have a another computer, you can save the update file to either a network or local drive or even a flash drive. Once the file is saved, to install from: Network Drive (both computers have access to this drive), from the computer that does not have access to the internet, locate
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I Get Error Zip File Is Damaged Download Again

This message indicates that the file has become corrupt during the download process. Reboot the computer and try the Download again.
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Can I Download Prior Years Software Website

The software for the years 2005 and higher can be downloaded from www.1099-etc.com. Find Get Updates on the right side of the window and click Download Now. On the next screen, select the appropriate year and select your desired update type.
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I Cannot Access Ams Website

The download manager has been removed from the software. You will need to download all updates from the AMS website .
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Installation Error 0 Running Command Setup Z

This seems to be caused by security software preventing the WinZip Self-Extractor from running/creating output. There are two workarounds. If the person has file extensions turned on then you can change the extension from .EXE to .ZIP which will enable you to right click on the file a
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Difference Between Differential And Full Update

The Full Update is only needed when installing the program for the first time. The Differential Update includes all of the changes to the program since the original release.
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How Do I Install Differential Update

Downloading the 1099-Etc Differential Update is a two-step process. When the download starts it will ask you two things: Run or Save If you choose to Run the file you will be able to install the update the computer you are currently using and you will be prompted to install the progra
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Setup Multiple Third Party Designees

Multiple Third Party Designees are setup through multiple Users. To setup multiple Users, click the User button on the 1099-Etc Main Menu, setup a new 3-character User Code and enter the information for each Third Party Designee. Then selecting the appropriate User code will print the
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How Do I Enable And Input Third Party Information

The Third Party Designee Option is enabled in the AMS Payroll by clicking on Payer>Payer Edit>Preferences>Other. Place a check before 6. Is a 3rd Party Designee. Once this has been set, the Third Party Designee information can be entered/changed in AMS Payroll through Options>File Man
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FICA Withholding Rates for 2014

FICA withholding rates have not changed from 2013; the only difference is that the maximum wage subject to Social Security tax has increased to $117,000. The rates for 2014: Employee/Employer rate for Social Security ($117,000 max subject wages): 6.2% Employee/Employer rate for Medica
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What Is A 1042 S

According to the IRS form 1042-S is used to report amounts paid to foreign persons, and to report amounts withheld under Chapter 3 of the Internal Revenue Code or to report distributions of effectively connected income by a publicly traded partnership or nominee. The form is not used
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Why Is It Important to Have Valid TIN/SSN Information?

The most important reason to have correct ID information is to avoid potentially high penalties.  The current penalties are $100 for every 1099 or W-2 that has a missing or incorrect TIN or SSN. However, you can reduce the penalty to $30 if you file the correct information within
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Employees Live In One State And Work In Another

As an employer you may be wondering what you need to do if you happen to hire an employee that lives in another state. This is a fairly common scenario if you live close to a state line and you want to be careful so that you don’t end up having to file amended returns. Generally what
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Why Should I Use Direct Deposit

You may ask yourself why use direct deposit for issuing checks to my employees. There are several reasons. The main reason a business may want to use direct deposit is obviously the one that affects them the most, cost. You no longer have to pay someone or use your own valuable time t
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