It belongs on your 2017 1099 statement.

You shouldn’t be changing dates. It’s not when the check […]

Resolution for 'bank in 2018 issue: 'If a contractor had 2017 wages but check cleared the bank in 2018, can I date transaction to 12/31/17 for 1099 purpose and then change back for accounting purposes?' available: Yes.

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