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ComplyPro is an interactive, dynamic subscription-based service featuring trainings and frequent updates to assist you when learning and completing your U.S. Tax Information Reporting and Withholding requirements.

ComplyPro has a number of training courses that are regularly released, containing many underlying modules and lessons. These courses cover a vast amount of Tax Information Reporting and Withholding related topics and come with exclusive easy-to-watch videos.

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If you think the servcies offered by ComplyPro would be beneficial to you, and would like to reach out and discuss it further, please fill in the Contact Form here to reach out, and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.

Regular calendar updates

ComplyPro offers an online calendar for all of our users that shares significant dates throughout the reporting period. Here you will be able to find deadlines for a number of tax forms and jurisdictions. This calendar will be frequently updated by the Comply team to ensure it has only the most accurate and relevant information.

Bi-Weekly Comply Articles

Comply offers a service to our select mailing list, that delivers an online, downloadable article detailing interesting Tax Information Reporting and Withholding topics, and when applicable, detailing the latest updates in the tax world. These have now been made readily available to all ComplyPro users. See the latest articles here, and a full archive in the ‘Bi-Weekly Articles’ section of the site.

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New Internal Revenue Service Guidance in December 2019

Anyone making payments of U.S. reportable income will be interested in a listing of notable new
guidance posted by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in December 2019.

 

Proposed Form W-4 Design for 2020

Any employers that collect a Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Certificate Allowance, or employees that provide this form to employers will be interested in proposed changes regarding the Draft 2020 revision of this form.

 

Middleman Rules Refresher - Part I

Any persons who may be considered a middleman and obligated to perform U.S. tax information reporting or any payor making payments to a third party or agent, will be interested in a quick two-part refresher on the rules governing payments for or on behalf of others.

Middleman Rules Refresher - Part II

Any persons who may be considered a middleman and obligated to perform U.S. tax information reporting or any payor making payments to a third party or agent, will be interested in a quick two-part refresher on the rules governing payments for or on behalf of others.  This article will walk through the nuances of the middleman rules as second instalment, Part 2, to our last article.

New Internal Revenue Service Guidance in July 2019

Anyone making payments of U.S. reportable income will be interested in a listing of all new guidance posted by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in July 2019.

Form 1099-NEC, Nonemployee Compensation

Any payors who in the course of their trade or business make payments of $600 or more of nonemployee compensation will be interested in the revival of Form 1099-NEC, which will be used to report nonemployee compensation and indicate direct sales of $5,000 or more of consumer products.

2019 Publication 1179, General Rules and Specifications for Substitute Forms 1096, 1098, 1099, 5498 and Certain Other Information Returns

This publication provides the 2019 requirements for using substitute versions of the official IRS forms to file information returns with the IRS, preparing acceptable substitutes of the official IRS forms to file information returns with the IRS and furnish information to recipients

Reminders from the December 2018 Proposed Regulations to Consider Before Year-end

All parties dealing with the current rules under chapters 3 and 4 who have been waiting for guidance on many issues will want to keep some items on their radar for yearend reporting, such as the  December 2018 Proposed Rules and IRPAC Letter.

New Internal Revenue Service Guidance in August 2019

Anyone making payments of U.S. reportable income will be interested in a listing of notable new guidance posted by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in August 2019.

A Refresher of the Rules for Electronic Delivery of Recipient Statements

Payors and withholding agents that are required to furnish a written statement to a recipient and would like to do so electronically instead of on paper will be interested in a quick refresher on the rules for electronic delivery of recipient statements.

2019 Draft Form 1042 and Instructions

Any withholding agent, making payments of United States source fixed, determinable, annual, or periodical (FDAP) income to non-U.S. persons (non-resident aliens/NRAs) who file Forms 1042, Annual Withholding Tax Return for U.S. Source Income of Foreign Persons , will be interested in the 2019 DRAFT Form 1042 and its accompanying 2019 DRAFT Form 1042.

New Internal Revenue Service Guidance in September 2019

Anyone making payments of U.S. reportable income will be interested in a listing of notable new guidance posted by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in September 2019.

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