Every year, Finix's processor sends out a 1099-K form to every Finix account. The 1099-K form details the sales activity of your account to help you report your taxes. This form is sent to you, the IRS, and some US states.
- For information about understanding your 1099-K form, see the following IRS article .
- For your review, a blank example of the 1099-K form is available here .
The 1099-K form is generated based on the information saved in the
Identities resource associated with the
Identities resource updated with any changes to ensure there aren't any issues with the 1099-K form. Changes that would require the
Identities resource to be updated include:
- Change in address or name.
- Ownership changes.
- Bank account changes.
- Change in tax ID or other entity information.
If you make changes to the
Identities resource, you'll need to verify the updated information by submitting a new Merchant Verification Request and provisioning the merchant again.
For details on how to re-provision a merchant, see Re-Verifying Already Approved Merchants.
Note: The total amount listed on the 1099-K form is the gross total. Refunds, credits, and fees are not included in the amount listed on the 1099-K form.