Archived Webinar

Revised 1099-C and 1099-A Reporting
Changed Rules, Hot Issues and Recent Court Decisions

A NorthLegal Webinar Presented December 20, 2016
Duration: Approximately 2:00 hr:min


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Click here to register to watch this program with a coupon code or using a credit card. Call NorthLegal at 623.537.7150 to discuss registration by any other method.

Handout Materials

After enrolling, click here to obtain the handout materials in PDF. Then contact NorthLegal (623.537.7150) to obtain the password you will need to open those materials.

 

 

On November 10, 2016, the Internal Revenue Service made a significant change to 1099-C reporting rules! The change will make reporting much, much easier this year, but also a little more risky!

On the other hand, a growing number of lawsuits have been filed against financial institutions because of the way they communicate their 1099-C related practices and because of the way they report debts after 1099-C filing.

Meanwhile, courts continue to weigh in on whether you may continue to collect a debt after a 1099-C or 1099-A has been filed--and when you can be successfully sued for even trying!

Be sure you understand the new and existing rules before filing your 1099-C and 1099-A reports for 2016!

During this webinar, participants will learn:

  • Exactly when you should (and when you shouldn't) file a 1099-C or a 1099-A—and why it is so important not to file too late or too soon!
  • How to complete the forms—including the code field.
  • Why properly filing a 1099-C should not affect your right to collect the reported debt, but why filing it improperly might.
 

If you have already prepared your 1099-C and 1099-A reporting list for 2016, you will probably want to make changes to it because of the new IRS rules!


NOTE: This program is intended for employees of consumer lending institutions. Please contact NorthLegal Training and Publications to obtain approval before registering if you are not an employee of a consumer lending institution.

Cost/Registration
The fee to attend this archived program is $160.00 if paid by credit card or $170.00 if paid by check. For that fee, you or someone from your financial institution may view this program as often as you like for a period of 180 days. (NOTE: If your financial institution registered for the live program, you already have free access to the archvied version for 180 days! Contact NorthLegal for information.)

How to Attend a Prerecorded Webinar
To attend this NorthLegal Webinar, please do the following:

Register.  To register online using a credit card, visit the "Enroll Now" link shown in the box at the top of this page. To register by mail, call NorthLegal at 623.537.7150.
Check your email. Within moments after you complete the registration process you should receive two emails.  One will be a receipt for the transaction and the other will contain a link and detailed instructions explaining how to use that link to attend the program. 
Download the handout materials by clicking the "Handout" link shown above.
Call NorthLegal to obtain the password to open the handout materials.
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Speaker: Eric North

Eric North, the primary speaker at the programs listed on this site, has represented the interests of credit unions and other financial institutions as an attorney with respect to litigation, compliance, governance, bankruptcy and collections matters since 1984. Eric has appeared in state and federal courts throughout the State of California, and has argued before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal.

Eric is also a nationally recognized speaker on legal issues relating to consumer lending institutions, and has presented hundreds of programs on behalf of national, state and local leagues and associations from around the country.

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