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Last Modified: 11/27/2017 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B

How to request a copy of IRS form 1099-MISC

Providers who require a copy of IRS form 1099-MISC may send a request, in writing, to First Coast Service Options Inc. (First Coast).
In your request, please include the year for which the form is being requested as well as all of the following information:
Provider’s name
Provider transaction access number (PTAN)
Tax identification number (TIN)
Full business address
Telephone number and/or fax number
You may send your written request by any of the following methods:
Fax: 904-361-0431
Mail:
Medicare Benefits and Reporting Department
532 Riverside Avenue, ROC 17T
Jacksonville, FL 32202-4914
For more information regarding the IRS form 1099-MISC, please click here external link.
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