Interestingly enough I have one client that takes draws (ie dividend payments) for each stockholder but Quickbooks itself doesn’t really have a way to print out 1099-DIV statements however you can fool the system. If the Dividend payments are ordinary dividends, use the RENT box under 1099 preferences, if the payments are qualified dividends, use the ROYALITIES box under 1099 preferences since both of these boxes line up on a regular 1099-MISC statement form with the correct boxes on a 1099-DIV form.
Then run your 1099 wizard/report and print the 1099-DIV just like you would your 1099-MISC forms.
Our accountants office is telling me that our 1099 Dividend forms we print for our stockholders should have the dividend amount in both the ordinary dividend box (1) and also in the qualified dividend box (1b), but I do not see a way to trick QBs into printing the same amount into both boxes. Am i missing something? I have been using QBs to print 1099 Dividend forms using Rental box 1 for ordinary div, but i am having to hand write in box 1b for qualified div. I asked if the div amount should be either ordinary or qualified but they told me both.