Field Agent is required to file a 1099-MISC form for any Agents making at least $600 in a year.
If it looks like you'll hit $600 for the year, you'll automatically receive an email with a link to fill out and return a W-9 form. We'll need this to file your 1099-MISC.
In order to ensure we have the necessary information on all Agents that reach the $600 mark, we require the W-9 to be filled out at the $550 mark and do not show work until the W9 is filled out and received. We will only file a W-9 when the $600 is hit. If you fill out a W-9 and do not reach $600, we will not submit a W-9 and you won't receive a 1099-MISC.
Do note that the $600 1099 filing limit is based on a calendar year. That limit starts over every year on January 1st.
Please keep in mind that the IRS requires all earnings and income to be reported each year. The $600 limit is only the requirement for the Payors (companies) at which time they must file a 1099 for their w9 Payees (individuals).
At this time, the only data we store on your past jobs is in your transaction history, which includes the job names and payment amounts. If you need information on your past job locations, distances traveled, etc. for your records, you will need to keep track of this yourself.