Using and Managing Vendors at Rho

Rho 1099 Filing Support


Rho is excited to offer federal filing of 1099-NEC and 1099-MISC to the IRS.

You can use your Vendors’ W-9 Form information stored in Rho to complete your 2023 1099 tax filings.

Rho offers this service at no cost to you. 


What does Rho support? 

Rho supports Federal filing of IRS Forms 1099-NEC and 1099-MISC. Rho supports mailing only for recipient statement notices. Note: State filing of 1099-NEC or 1099-MISC is not supported by Rho for 2023 filing. 

Filing is facilitated by our vendor, Tax1099

Rho will offer 1099 filing until January 29, 2024, at the latest, but reserves the right to close the program early due to volume thresholds. We will inform you if the program is closed prior to the 29th of January. Please make best efforts to submit your forms in the first 2 weeks of January, 2024.

Recipient information will be pre-filled with W-9 details (if on file) or able to be edited by you. 

Your Payer information displayed on the 1099s is based on your verified business details in Rho, and cannot be changed. 


How to file

  1. Open a vendor profile and click Tax Forms. Then, click "New Form"
  2. From there, you can create new IRS Form 1099-MISC or IRS Form 1099-NECScreen Shot 2024-01-04 at 2.46.06 PM.png
  3. If you have a W-9 on file, data will be auto-populated. If not, you can manually enter your vendor's information.
  4. Once you fill out the form, you can schedule filing. 


How Recipients (Rho Vendors) receive their 1099 Statements? 

Copies of Filed 1099s will be available for download for your records in the Rho platform. 

Recipients will receive recipient copies of 1099s to the address indicated in the Recipient fields via USPS mail. Electronic delivery of 1099 copies to recipients is not supported. 


What happens after filing to the IRS? 

You can view the status of your filing from the relevant Vendor profile by logging into Rho will allow you to schedule filing ahead of time. Please reach out to support if you would like to delete a form scheduled for filing.

Any corrections or rejections post IRS Filing will need to be handled directly with the IRS.