Benefits and Features
Make your own self-mailer. Small glue capsules around the edge of forms burst when run through a sealing machine create a bond, thus creating a self-mailer.
Popular format for reporting miscellaneous payments and non-employee compensation. Meets all government and IRS filing requirements.
Use to Report:Miscellaneous payments, such as rents, royalties, medical and health payments and non-employee compensation.
Amounts to Report:Generally $600 or more (All Amounts or $10 or more in some cases).
Tax forms per sheet:One filing per sheet.
Quality Paper:Government approved 20# bond paper.
Quantity:In cartons of 500.
Printer Compatibility:Compatible with laser or inkjet printers.
Paper Filing Due Date:To IRS, February 28th // To Recipient January 31st.