A payment settlement entity (PSE) must file Form 1099-K, Payment Card and Third Party Network Transactions, for payments made in settlement of reportable payment transactions for each calendar year.
Specific Instructions A payment settlement entity (PSE) must file Form 1099-K, Payment Card and Third Party Network Transactions, for payments made in settlement of reportable payment transactions for each calendar year. A PSE makes a payment in settlement of a reportable payment transaction, that is, any payment card or third party network transaction, if the PSE submits the instruction to transfer funds to the account of the participating payee to settle the reportable payment transaction.
A PSE is a domestic or foreign entity that is a merchant acquiring entity, that is, a bank or other organization that has the contractual obligation to make payment to participating payees in settlement of payment card transactions; or a third party settlement organization (TPSO), that is, the central organization that has the contractual obligation to make payments to participating payees of third party network transactions.
Note. Healthcare networks, in-house accounts payable departments, and automated clearing houses do not qualify as TPSOs and do not report under section 6050W.
A participating payee is any person, including any governmental unit (and any agency or instrumentality of a governmental unit) who accepts a payment card, or any account number or other indicia associated with a payment card, as payment or accepts payment from a TPSO in settlement of a third party network transaction.
A payment card is any card, including any stored-value card (having prepaid value, including gift cards), issued according to an agreement or arrangement that provides for all of the following.
One or more issuers of the cards.
A network of persons unrelated to each other, and to the issuer, who agree to accept the cards as payment.
Standards and mechanisms for settling the transactions between the merchant acquiring entities and the persons who agree to accept the cards as payment.
Enter in box 1a the gross amount of the total reportable payment card/third party network transactions for the calendar year. Gross amount means the total dollar amount of total reportable payment transactions for each participating payee without regard to any adjustments for credits, cash equivalents, discount amounts, fees, refunded amounts, or any other amounts. The dollaamount of each transaction is determined on the date of the transaction.
Exception for de minimis payments. A TPSO is required to report any information concerning third party network transactions of any participating payee only if for the calendar year:
For examples of reportable payment transactions, including responsible filing parties, see Regulations section 1.6050W-1(e).
Enter in box 1b the gross amount of the total reportable payment card/third party network transactions for the calendar year where the card was not present at the time of the transaction or the card number was keyed into the terminal. Typically, this relates to online sales, phone sales, or catalogue sales. Gross amount means the total dollar amount of total reportable payment transactions for each participating payee without regard to any adjustments for credits, cash equivalents, discount amounts, fees, refunded amounts, or any other amounts. The dollar amount of each transaction is determined on the date of the transaction.
Enter the 4-digit merchant category code (MCC) used by the payment card industry to classify the payee for the payment card transactions reported on this Form 1099-K. If you or the entity on whose behalf you are filing uses an industry classification system other than, or in addition to, MCCs, assign to each payee an MCC that most closely corresponds to the description of the payee’s business. Note. If you or the entity on whose behalf you are filing is a TPSO or does not use any industry classification system for its payees, you should not complete this box.
Note. If you or the entity on whose behalf you are filing is a TPSO or does not use any industry classification system for its payees, you should not complete this box.
If a payee has receipts classified under more than one MCC, you may either:
Enter the number of payment transactions (not including refund transactions) processed through the payment card/ third party payer network.
Enter backup withholding. Persons who have not furnished their taxpayer identification number to you in the manner required are subject to backup withholding on payments required to be aggregately reported in box 1a.
A payment made by a TPSO is a reportable payment potentially subject to section 3406 backup withholding only if the payee has received payment from the TPSO in more than 200 transactions (the monetary threshold is not considered for this purpose) within a calendar year. Thereare no limiting thresholds for payments made in settlement of payment card transactions that are subject to section 3406 backup withholding.
For more information on backup withholding, including the applicable rate, see part N in the 2019 General Instructions for Certain Information Returns.
Enter in the appropriate box the gross amount of the total reportable payment transactions for each month of the calendar year.
These boxes may be used by filers who participate in the Combined Federal/State Filing Program and/or who are required to file paper copies of this form with a state taxdepartment. See Publication 1220 for more information regarding the Combined Federal/State Filing Program. They are provided for your convenience only and need not be completed for the IRS. Use the state information boxes to report payments for up to two states. Keep the information for each state separated by the dash line. If you withheld state income tax on this payment, you may enter it in box 8. In box 6, enter the abbreviated name of the state. In box 7, enter the filer’s state identification number. The state number is the filer’s identification number assigned by the individual state.
If a state tax department requires that you send them a paper copy of this form, use Copy 1 to provide information to the state tax department. Give Copy 2 to the payee for use in filing the payee’s state income tax return.
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