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You can buy the forms at any office supply store and fill them out by hand, then drop them in the mail. If you are friends with any tax accountants, they might give you a few copies of the forms for free for you to fill out.

The form itself is very simple. I own a real estate company and have to send out a dozen of them at the end of each year. If you send out any 1099s, you also need to fill out a 1096, which is the form that summarizes all the 1099s and which you send to the IRS with a copy of all the 1099s. The 1096 can be handwritten as well, but it must be on the red ink form.

Tim
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