Outdoorsy needs your help to prepare form 1099-K for your 2021 personal or business taxes.

Primary account holder needs to login to Outdoorsy.com & provide tax info by Dec. 15

Log in to Outdoorsy to add your tax info, including your Social Security number (SSN) or employer identification number (EIN). This will only take a few minutes. Yes, even if you have received a 1099 in the past or previously provided this information.

We’ll prepare a 1099-K tax form for you and send a copy to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Account holders, click below to login and enter info, it takes just a few minutes! Not the account holder? Please contact them to ensure we receive this information.

Avoid automatic withholding in 2022

Due to changes in federal tax legislation, starting in 2022, it’s even more important for Outdoorsy to have your tax information. If we don’t, we must, by law, withhold and remit at least 24% of all your reportable payments directly to the IRS.

Get familiar with form 1099-K

Form 1099-K reports payments made on or collected through third-party networks, such as Outdoorsy. By law, Outdoorsy must provide 1099-K tax forms to people who receive $20,000 or more of reportable income from our platform in 2021.

In 2022, we’ll be required to provide 1099-Ks for people receiving $600 or more.

Stay secure

At Outdoorsy, we care about the safety of your personal information. We keep your account and information secure using the latest technology standards.

If you have any questions or are unsure who you primary account holder is, reach out to Wheelbase support or reply to this email.


- The Wheelbase team

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