Saturday, May 25th, 2019 MST

Category: New 1099 Reporting

House leadership makes repeal of 1099 reporting less likely

House Republican leadership is playing games with H.R. 4, which, as originally written, would eliminate 1099 reporting as imposed by Obama’s healthcare legislation. Despite H.R. 4 passing the House by a wide margin, 314-112, Republican leadership altered the bill so that it probably will not be suitable to the Senate, according to Jim Babka who

Chance to repeal Obama’s 1099 reporting

Gold and silver investors are concerned about the 1099 reporting that was slipped into Obama’s 2,400-page healthcare legislation, and rightfully so.  The measure is invasive, burdensome and un-American.  It should be repealed, and today there is a major step toward repeal. The House is expected to vote on a bill today to repeal the 1099

New 1099 Reporting

New 1099 reporting rules buried in the Obama’s health care legislation — if they go into effect — will have a major negative impact on precious metals dealers and their clients. Just as bad, the new regulations will have a harmful impact on all businesses. Legislation has already been introduced to repeal them before they go into effect.