What is a State Payer ID, and how can I find it?

A State Payer ID is a number assigned to the payer by the State Department of Revenue. For more information go to the Small Business Administration's website.

My documentURL is no longer working and I get an AccessDenied error. What do I do?

For security purposes, documentURLs expire after 7 days. To get a new link for all documents use GET Documents

Why is Abound's 1099 deadline in January when some 1099s are due later?

All 1099 Documents are due to the user at the end of January, even if filing is at a later date.

Why is my 1099 status still in "Pending"?

The average time from the status of “Created” to “Done” depends on the state filing requirements, and assumes TIN is already verified. Most filings complete in less than 2 business days. If there are additional state filing requirements (which Abound automates for you) it could take upwards of 5 business days from the respective state's deadline.

How do I create a corrected version of a 1099?

Each 1099 documents has an optional field isCorrected, by setting this to true, your document will be filed as a corrected 1099 with the IRS and state government.

Why does Abound recommend TIN verifications in the 1099 process?

The IRS has strict matching criteria for name and TIN combinations, either for businesses or individuals. 1099s filed with mismatches in names and TINs can lead to penalties and interest applied to the payer. Verifying the name and TIN combination is valid earlier can streamline filing.

If you have additional questions, please contact our support team.