If you use atVenu Register as your point of sale solution, you are responsible for reporting taxes based on the amount of revenue you’ve generated for each tax year. Payment processing services for atVenu Register are provided by Stripe. Every year, the United States IRS requires that atVenu in conjunction with our partner Stripe, provide a form called a 1099-K for each qualifying account.
Form 1099-K is purely informational, summarizing the gross processing volume of your atVenu Register account, and is designed to assist you in reporting your taxes. It is NOT a statement of income. It reports the gross volume processed, and is not net of any fees, refunds, or adjustments.
A qualifying account is one that meets all of the following criteria in the previous calendar year:
- Account is based in the United States. Owners do not need to be US citizens
- More than $20,000 USD in total gross volume
- More than 200 charges
In order to supply you with a 1099-K form, atVenu must have on file, or obtain your tax identification number (TIN).
atVenu does not withhold or remit taxes on your behalf
How and when do I get my 1099-K?
atVenu 1099k forms are delivered to you automatically each year by mail, unless digital delivery is requested. If your business qualifies, your 1099-K for the previous calendar year will be delivered by January 31st.
What is “Total Gross Volume”?
“Total Gross Volume” is the total of all of your credit card charges through atVenu Register for the year.
Any fees, refunds, and adjustments are not deducted from your total charges when calculating your gross volume and reporting to the IRS.
For more help understanding your 1099-K go to IRS.gov
Please reach out to support@atVenu.com if the business name, address, or TIN is incorrect on a 1099 you have received.