State of Louisiana DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION Office of Statewide Reporting and Accounting Policy
M. J. "Mike" Foster, Jr. Governor
Mark C. Drennen Commisioner of Administration
November 9, 1999
MEMORANDUM SA 00-15A
|Office of Workforce Development|
|FROM:||F. Howard Karlton CPA, Director|
Payments to Non-1099 Reportable Vendors Using 1099 Reportable Objects
Attached is an Infomaker report for your agency listing non-1099 vendor codes paid using 1099 reportable objects. The expended amounts shown on the report represent the amounts paid to the vendor from July 1, 1999 through November 4, 1999. This amount cannot be used to indicate whether a 1099 would generate from your agency upon changing the 1099 indicator since the 1099 process will not be run until Decembers monthly close.
In January, 1099s will be issued for 1099 vendors paid any amount greater than $0.00 from your agency type using 1099 reportable objects or balance sheet accounts. 1099s are normally issued for 1099 vendors paid $600 or more per agency type. Since your agency was converted to ISIS on July 1, 1999, we will issue 1099s from ISIS for payments issued since July 1, 1999 for this year only at any dollar amount. For calendar year 2000 and beyond, 1099s will be issued to vendors paid $600 or more for the entire calendar year. A magnetic tape of 1099s issued will also be sent to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) covering ISIS payments only. If 1099s issued from your system number 250 or more, you will need to submit those on magnetic media as well.
1099 reportable vendors have a 1099 indicator set to "Y" on the VENC screen in AGPS. Each 1099 vendor must have a master vendor indicated on the vendor file. Payments to each vendor code under a FEIN/SSN will be combined into one 1099 to the master vendor by agency type. The agency type is defined on the AGTP table in AFS and is listed on the AGCY table in AFS. Multiple agencies may be combined by use of one agency type. 1099 reportable objects are denoted by a return type in the 1099 Type column of the OBJT table in AFS. On December 30, 1999 the 1099 table and turnaround reports will be available to your agency for 1099 reportable vendors paid with 1099 reportable objects. The 1099 table will be available to your agency on January 3, 2000. All agencies will have until January 17, 2000 to correct the information on these reports using the 1099 and 99TX tables in AFS before the 1099s are issued. Information and complete instructions regarding the 1099 process will be sent to you later.
To ensure the 1099 information reported to the IRS is as complete as possible, please verify that the 1099 status of the vendors listed on the attached report is correct.
If a vendor listed should be 1099 reportable, please submit a Payee Vendor Update form to change the vendors 1099 indicator to "Y". Refer to the vendor change procedures issued to your agency if more information is needed. Changes to these indicators alone do not have to be submitted to the Office of State Purchasing or the Office of Contractual Review. Be sure to change the primary indicator to "N", and the master vendor indicator to "Y" for the primary location of the FEIN/SSN.
Please distribute copies of this memorandum to the personnel at your agency who are responsible for processing these transactions.
Should you have questions concerning this memorandum, please contact the Vendor Section at (225) 342-6356. Remember all OSRAP SA memorandums and forms may be accessed through our home page at http:\\www.doa.state.la.us\osrap\osrap.htm.
C: Ms. Judy Davidson
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