Impact of IRS 1099-K Delay on Taxes for PayPal, Venmo, and Cash App Users

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In November last year, the IRS announced the pause of this rule for the second year running. The complexities of distinguishing between transactions that are taxable and those that are not across third-party apps has prompted this. This delay allows payment platforms additional time to get ready.

“We spent many months gathering feedback from third-party groups and others, and it became increasingly clear we need additional time to effectively implement the new reporting requirements,” says IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel in a statement from November 2023.

“Any payment apps you use might request confirmation of your tax information, such as your employer identification number, individual tax identification number, or Social Security number. If you own a business, you most likely have an EIN, but if you’re a sole proprietor, individual freelancer, or gig worker, you’ll provide an ITIN or SSN,” says the next paragraph.

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