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Tax Information Reporting and Withholding Evaluations for IRC Section 6050W

Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 6050W requires certain companies to file information returns, Form 1099-K, and report payment card transactions, including debit, credit, gift cards, flexible spending account cards, as well as third-party network transactions on a gross payment basis. Given the time frame to evaluate processes, procedures and system capabilities and the potential for penalties, Section 6050W compliance has become an increasingly urgent issue.

How is your organization affected by Section 6050W? The answer depends on two key dimensions: an organization’s internal structure and its role in the payment transaction stream.

Explore how our Global Information Reporting and Withholding group can assist.

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