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Stress-Free 1099-LTC Reporting: File Electronically and Save Time

Effortlessly Report Long-Term Care and Accelerated Death Benefits by electronically submitting Form 1099-LTC to the IRS.

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  •  Fill out Form 1099-LTC

    Fill out Form 1099-LTC

    Enter the required information for both the payer and recipient, including the gross benefits paid.

  • Review & transmit the return

    Review & transmit the return

    Ensure accuracy with a final review before submitting to the IRS.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the purpose of Form 1099-LTC?

Form 1099-LTC, also known as Long-Term Care and Accelerated Death Benefits, is utilized by insurance companies, government entities, and other payers to report payments made to policyholders during the previous tax year. These payments generally fall into two categories:
  1. Long-Term Care (LTC) Benefits : These are reimbursements or direct payments made to cover qualified long-term care expenses, such as nursing home stays, assisted living facilities, or home healthcare services.
  2. Accelerated Death Benefits (ADBs) : These are portions of a life insurance policy's death benefit paid to the policyholder while they are still alive, often due to a terminal illness diagnosis.
The information reported on Form 1099-LTC assists the IRS in determining if any portion of these benefits is taxable for the recipient.

2. Who receives a copy of Form 1099-LTC?

E-file the Form 1099-LTC with the IRS and send a copy to the policyholder or the individual receiving the benefits. This ensures that the IRS is informed of the payments made under a long-term care insurance contract or for accelerated death benefits, and that the recipient has the necessary information to report these benefits on their tax return. Accurate reporting helps both parties comply with tax regulations and avoid potential issues with the IRS.

3. When should Form 1099-LTC be filed?

Form 1099-LTC should be filed when payments are made for long-term care insurance benefits or accelerated death benefits. This includes payments made on behalf of terminally or chronically ill individuals.

4. Are there any penalties for not filing Form 1099-LTC?

Failing to file Form 1099-LTC can result in penalties from the IRS. Penalties vary based on how late the form is filed and whether the failure was due to intentional disregard of the filing requirement.