We are required to provide you with form 1099-NEC
if we paid your company more than $600 in a fiscal year. This document is sent
electronically by the end of January each
Beginning with the 2020 tax year, the IRS requires the use of form 1099-NEC instead of 1099-MISC for nonemployee compensation.
Retrieving Your Tax Document
If you have received an email notification that
a 1099-NEC has been issued to your company
you will need to retrieve it online.
- Click the link provided in the email
- For your security, you will need to enter
the last four digits of your TIN number on
file. You can locate the TIN number we
have on file by logging into your
vendor account and viewing your
- After verifying your TIN you will be able
to view and download/print the document
for your records
Your Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) will be your Employer Identification Number (EIN) or Social Security Number (SSN).
Updating Your TIN Number
We use the information you provided on your IRS
W9 form to issue tax documents. If the
information is no longer current you must update it immediately by
submitting a new W9 Form.
Learn how to view and update your existing
to add/update a credential.