Taxes - 1099s
- Please read all of the instructions carefully.
- After you register and are sent a secure email link for verification, the link will expire after 48 hours. You will need to repeat the entire registration process if the link expires.
- If you have never registered with Paycor in the past for check stubs, then you will need to register now to collect your 1099.
If you have already registered with Paycor and would like to print/save copies of your check stubs or 1099s, Click Here to sign in.
Need to Register? Start Here.
You’ll need the following items to register at www.paycor.com.
- An email address (Paycor will send an email to this address with steps to complete your registration).
- A web browser (your standard browsers will work but you can see a full list here: www.paycor.com/system-requirements).
- You may need to add www.paycor.com to your trusted sites.
- Adobe Reader (you can download and install for free here: get.adobe.com/reader).
Start your Registration.
- Go to www.paycor.com
- Click "Sign In."
- Click Register for a Username and Password. Your access code is: 54503
- Tell us who you are. You’ll need to enter a few pieces of personal information so we can verify your identify.
- Enter your access code.
- Enter your last name, social security number and birth date.
Create your Account.
Next, you’ll need to enter your account-specific details; choose a username and password you’ll be able to recall later.
- Enter a user name, email address and password that you’ll use to sign into www.paycor.com.
- Select and answer a few security questions that can be used if you forget your username or password.
- Review everything you’ve entered before clicking “Create Account.”
Complete your Registration.
Paycor will send a confirmation message to the email address you provided.
- Within 48 hours, click the secure link in the email and sign in with the username and password you created.*
- You now have ongoing access to www.paycor.com!
*Missed the 48 hour deadline? You’ll need to start the registration process again from the top.