HoneyBook will only report the funds processed through our platform to the IRS if you meet the following criteria:

  • You earned $600 or more in payments through HoneyBook

  • You earned $600 or more in HoneyBook referrals

PLEASE NOTE: These requirements changed as of January 1, 2022. For previous tax years, the threshold for tax reporting was $20,000 or more earned AND 200 payments processed through HoneyBook, and/or $600 or more earned in HoneyBook referrals.

If you earned $600 or more in payments made through HoneyBook (excludes payments marked as paid), we will be sharing a 1099-K with you electronically. You will use this form when preparing your taxes.

The IRS 1099-K forms do not itemize transactions. If you're looking for itemized reporting visit your HoneyBook Reports, where you can export itemized data from the Yearly & Monthly Analytics Reports section.

We will share 1099-K documents at the end of January, at which point we'll also be reporting this data to the IRS. Since we're not tax advisors, you should seek the advice of a tax consultant for additional tax help.

If you earned $600 or more in our referral program, we will be sharing a 1099-NEC with you electronically. You will use this form when preparing your taxes.

If you do not meet any of these thresholds, we will not be sending you any tax forms and will not report anything to the IRS. Although we do not report these earnings to the IRS, you should still report any funds received through HoneyBook. That said, we're not tax advisors and you should seek the advice of a tax consultant.



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