Louisiana 1099 filing requirements

Louisiana 1099 filing requirements DEFAULT

File tax forms with states

When you file your 1099 forms from the Tax forms view in the Dashboard, Stripe submits your forms to the IRS and all of the states that participate in the Combined Federal / State Filing (CFSF) program. For states that don’t participate in the CFSF program or that have a direct filing requirement with the state, Stripe provides the required reports for you to submit to each state.

The CFSF program supports forms 1099-K and 1099-MISC, so your federal filing handles filing in supported states. Certain states still require direct filing with the state, even though they participate in the CFSF program.

State requirements are subject to change, particularly for the 1099-NEC form. Work with your tax advisor to ensure you understand the tax requirements specific to your business.

Prepare to file with the states

Before filing with individual states, do the following:

Choose the tax form type in the Dashboard.

Choose the tax form type (or types) you’ll file: 1099-K, 1099-NEC, or 1099-MISC. Each state has different requirements for each form type. Because the 1099-NEC form is a new addition for the 2020 tax year, it’s not included in the CFSF, which means you may need to submit non-employee compensation for your connected accounts directly to the states.

Determine the states where your connected accounts are based.

In the Dashboard, you can either export a CSV file with state information (reported in the payee_region column) or filter by Payee state.

Filter by payee state

Determine which states to file with.

After you identify the forms to file and the states for your 1099-eligible connected accounts, you must create an account with the state revenue portal (e.g., My Alabama Taxes for Alabama) to submit the forms, based on the direct state filing requirement. For example, perhaps the state doesn’t participate in the CFSF program for the particular form, or the state has an additional requirement to submit directly even if the state participates in the CFSF program.

Set up your accounts early because it can take time for the states to process them. The state typically asks for company information, such as the name, federal tax ID, and contact information. Some state 1099 filings also require a State Tax Registration ID. Refer to the table below to determine where you may need state online accounts and IDs.

1099 requirements

If the 1099-K column shows , you’re required to file a 1099 form with that state only if you withheld state taxes. You can specify the amount withheld by updating the form and updating the box_8_state_income_tax_withheld column.

If the direct reporting column shows:

  • One asterisk (*) — The state requires direct filing of 1099-K forms even though the state is in the CFSF program.
  • Two asterisks (**) — 1099-K forms are filed through the CFSF program. If 1099-K forms below the IRS threshold aren’t filed through the CFSF program, they must be submitted directly to the state.

Direct reporting required

AlabamaYesYes *April 30Same as IRSElectronically submit through the state portal.
AlaskaNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
ArizonaNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
ArkansasYesYes *January 31Same as IRS. Federal thresholds apply to 1099-K forms.Postal mail e-media containing the state file.
CaliforniaNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
ColoradoNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
ConnecticutYesYes *Same as IRS + 30 daysSame as IRSElectronically submit through the state portal.
DelawareNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
District of ColumbiaYesYesJanuary 31Same as IRSElectronically submit through the state portal.
FloridaNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
GeorgiaYesYes *Same as IRSSame as IRSElectronically submit through the state portal.
HawaiiYes (only if withholding)YesFebruary 28Same as IRSPostal mail 1099 forms. Complete Form N-196 to accompany the 1099 forms. Contact the state if you have questions or concerns about paper filing. Under certain circumstances, states may accept mailing the state file and Form N-196 on a CD or USB. However, it’s best to contact the state directly to confirm.
IdahoYes (only if withholding)No **N/AFebruary 28File through the CFSF program. Complete Form 967 to accompany the 1099 forms. Electronically submit through the state portal.
IllinoisYesYesSame as IRS1,000 USD and 4 transactionsElectronically submit through the state portal.
IndianaYes (only if withholding)No **January 31None (only if amounts withheld)File through the CFSF program.
IowaYes (only if withholding)Yes (only if withholding)February 15None (only if amounts withheld)Electronically submit through the state portal. You’ll need your business e-file number to log in.
KansasYesYes *January 31Same as federalElectronically submit through the state portal.
KentuckyYes (only if withholding)Yes (only if withholding)January 31None (only if amounts withheld)Postal mail CD with state file. State ID number is required in the file.
LouisianaNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
MaineNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
MarylandYesNo **February 28600 USDFile through the CFSF program.
MassachusettsYesNo **Same as IRS600 USDFile through the CFSF program. If you don’t file through the CFSF program, you can electronically submit through the state portal.
MichiganNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
MinnesotaYes (only if withholding)Yes (only if withholding)January 31None (only if amounts withheld)Electronically submit through the state portal.
MississippiYesYes *February 28600 USDElectronically submit through the state portal.
MissouriYesYes (Form 1099-K isn’t accepted through the CFSF program)February 281,200 USDElectronically submit through the state portal.
MontanaYesNo **Same as IRSSame as IRSFile through the CFSF program. If there’s state withholding, you can electronically submit through the state portal.
NebraskaNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
NevadaNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
New HampshireNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
New JerseyYesNo **February 151,000 USDFile through the CFSF program. If there’s state withholding, you can electronically submit through the state portal.
New MexicoNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
New YorkYesYesSame as IRS + 30 daysSame as IRSElectronically submit through the state portal.
North CarolinaYesYes *Same as IRSSame as IRSElectronically submit through the state portal.
North DakotaNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
OhioNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
OklahomaNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
OregonYesYesSame as IRSSame as IRSElectronically submit through the state portal.
PennsylvaniaNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
Rhode IslandNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
South CarolinaNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
South DakotaNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
TennesseeYesYesSame as IRS + 30 daysSame as IRSElectronically submit through the state portal.
TexasNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
UtahNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
VermontYesYesSame as IRS600 USDElectronically submit through the state portal. State withholding ID number is required in the file.
VirginiaYesYesSame as IRS + 30 days600 USDElectronically submit through the state portal.
WashingtonNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
West VirginiaYes (only if withholding)Yes (only if withholding)January 31None (only if amounts withheld)Electronically submit through the state portal.
WisconsinNoN/AN/AN/AN/A
WyomingNoN/AN/AN/AN/A

Add the State Tax Registration ID.

After you obtain the State Tax Registration ID, add the states in which you’ll file and the corresponding State Tax Registration ID on the Tax forms settings page. In the Dashboard, click Settings. On Product settings, under Connect, click Tax form settings.

Add the State Tax Registration ID for each state you'll file

Generate and access state reports

Stripe generates the 1099 reports (in a format called Pub 1220) for each state using the following criteria:

  • The address of the recipient determines the applicable state.
  • The state files include any recipient who meets the state reporting criteria or for whom you withheld state taxes.
  • The state files include your state ID, if provided.

Stripe doesn’t generate state-specific CSV files automatically. If any states require a CSV file upload, you must prepare those files using the information from the available export files, which you can filter by state.

In the Dashboard, on Tax forms, click the File button, choose Export state files, and then confirm your payer details.

Confirm payer details

Next, verify the filing details, including the list of states that require a State Registration ID. You can provide state registration IDs at any time to generate missing reports.

You can access the reports for each state on the Exports & imports tab.

The naming pattern is as follows:

  • Zip file - pub1220_{your_platform_account_id}_{date}.zip
  • Report file - pub1220_{your_platform_account_id}{state}{date}.zip

You shouldn’t manipulate the exported file because it can cause a state to reject the file. For example, opening and saving the file may change the line endings. If you need to open the exported file, we suggest downloading a new copy before submitting to state portals.

If a state has a lower threshold than the IRS threshold (e.g., 1,000 USD for state and 20,000 USD volume plus 200 transactions for IRS), you may have connected accounts that are only eligible for state filing and not with the IRS. This means that when you use Stripe to file your forms with the IRS, 1099 forms for the state aren’t mailed to these connected accounts until you finish generating state reports.

If you use CSV import to override the default delivery method, this also affects the state mailing. For example, if you set postal_delivery to , Stripe won’t mail the 1099 form to the connected account for state reporting.

File 1099 reports with the states

When you’re ready to file the forms with the states, access the state portals with the account you created and submit the reports you downloaded from the Exports & imports tab. Stripe can’t help with any issues related to the state filing process, but you can contact Stripe support with issues related to the format of the reports.

Some states require you to file 1099 forms through postal mail, or to mail the Pub 1220 state file on a CD or other electronic media. Refer to the tables above to determine each state’s filing requirements.

Correct 1099 reports with the states

When you create a correction for a form that has previously been filed with a state, you need to regenerate the state report. When you generate a Pub 1220 file, it includes all unfiled originals and corrections. As with original filings, you need to access the state portals with the account you created and submit the reports you downloaded from the Exports & imports tab.

Sours: https://stripe.com/docs/connect/tax-forms-state-requirements

Louisiana 1099 Filing Requirements 2021

LOUISIANA Requires

  • Form 1099 ( 1099-MISC, 1099-NEC )
  • Form W2 - Wage and Tax Statements

Deadline to File Louisiana Filing Taxes:

  • February 1, 2021 for Louisiana State Taxes withheld.
  • February 1, 2021 for Without Tax Withheld.

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*The state of Louisiana has not officially finalized state filing requirements.

In past years, state filing was required only for certain forms. Direct state filing was required for forms with state taxes withheld.

Direct state filing was also required for forms meeting the three-prong test: (1) payments exceed $1000, (2) payments made to a non-resident, and (3) payment made for rent or royalties from properties in Louisiana. In tax year 2018, the state may announce direct-to-state filing requirements for any and all 1099 forms. Until this is finalized, we are listing the requirements for the previous year.

What are the Louisiana 1099-MISC state filing requirements? Find your scenario below.

Scenario 1: There were Louisiana state taxes withheld or the above conditions were satisfied with or without state taxes withheld.

Recommended filing method: Direct-to-state eFile.

Deadline: February 1, 2021

Tax1099 fulfills: Yes

Cost: + $0.50

When submitting your federal eFile through Tax1099, select to have us eFile your forms to the state, as well. We’ll automatically alert you to this filing requirement based on the information you enter into your forms.

Louisiana requirements for 1099-NEC

Louisiana requires 1099-NEC filing, if there were Louisiana state taxes withheld.

Recommended filing method: Electronic.

Deadline: February 1, 2021

Tax1099 fulfills: Yes

Cost: + $0.50 per form

Louisiana requirements for 1099-B

Louisiana 1099-B filing if the amount exceeds $1,000 or if there are state withholdings for Louisiana.

Recommended filing method: Electronic.

Deadline: January 31, 2022

Tax1099 fulfills: Yes

Cost: + $0.50 per form

Louisiana W2 State Filing Requirements

Recommended filing method: Direct-to-state eFile.

Deadline: February 1, 2021

Tax1099 fulfills: Yes

Cost: + $0.50 per form

Additional filing requirements: You may be required to file a Louisiana state reconciliation form. Tax1099 offers these for $4.99 through the platform.

Sours: https://www.tax1099.com/state-filing/louisiana-1099-filing-requirements
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The following information is from the Louisiana Workforce Commission:

BATON ROUGE, La. - The Louisiana Workforce Commission (LWC) has begun the process of mailing 698,000 1099-G forms to individuals who received unemployment benefits in 2020. Digital copies of the 1099 forms are also accessible in the LWC’s secure HiRE website, www.louisianaworks.net.

“The 2020 total reflects the unprecedented increase in the number of unemployment claims in 2020, a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said LWC Secretary Ava Dejoie. “The 2020 total is 14 times more than the number of Forms 1099-G produced for 2019 unemployment benefits, when approximately 48,000 individuals received benefits.”

To access the 1099-G information, individuals should log into HiRE and go to the left navigation options. Go to Services for Individuals > Unemployment Services, and select Form 1099-G Information from the sub-navigation options presented. On the row marked 2020, click “View” to open a printable pdf copy of the 1099-G form.

The forms are being mailed by the LWC to the latest address the agency has on file for the recipients. All 1099-G forms will be mailed by the end of January.

All paid unemployment benefits are considered taxable income by the IRS. Individuals who are required to file a tax return must report the total shown in Box 1 on the 1099-G as income to the IRS.

“The huge influx of unemployment claims in 2020 also brought a significant number of identity theft cases, and the mailing of the Forms 1099-G is expected to reveal even more suspected identity theft,” said Dejoie. “An international crime ring used previously stolen personal information to fraudulently claim unemployment benefits in states across the country, including Louisiana. The stolen information was used to both open new unemployment claims in victims’ names as well as access legitimate unemployment claims and fraudulently file for benefits.

“We strongly advise anyone who receives a 1099-G for unemployment benefits for which they did not apply to report the suspected identity theft via our agency’s online form at www.laworks.net,” said Dejoie.

The form is accessible via the Fight Fraud icon on the website’s home page. A direct link to the online form is https://www2.laworks.net/Forms/UI_ReportSuspectedFraudForm.asp.

The LWC is providing additional guidance with the mailed 1099-G forms to individuals who suspect they are victims of identity theft:

· The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) advises if you received a 1099-G in error and it has not been corrected before you file your federal income tax return, you should NOT report the income. You must attach a statement to your return why you are not reporting the 1099-G income. A copy of the submission confirmation from the LWC’s online fraud reporting form can serve as the written statement. For more information from the IRS on identity theft issues, go to https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/taxpayer-guide-to-identity-theft.

· Individuals must file a report or complaint with the following agencies and provide copies of these reports to the LWC as part of the agency’s investigation. It is recommended to have these reports in hand before submitting the online fraud form to the LWC:

o A report filed with your local law enforcement agency.

o The Office of Inspector General’s online Allegation Form, available at https://www.oig.dhs.gov/hotline.

o Confirmation of a filed identity theft complaint with the Federal Trade Commission at www.ftc.gov. Be sure to indicate that someone has used your personal information to attempt to obtain government benefits.

Those completing the online fraud form must provide an accurate and active email address so the LWC can send full instructions on next steps, Dejoie said. If an online fraud reporting form has already been submitted to the LWC regarding the ID theft, there is no need to submit the form again unless a confirmation of the submission is needed for record-keeping and to use as your written statement to the IRS with your income tax return.

It should also be noted that filing a false identity theft report is subject to criminal penalties.

Additional Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: I believe the amount of unemployment benefits on my 1099-G may be incorrect. How can I get it corrected?

A: You should first review all your 2020 payments showing in your account in our HiRE website. If the total in HiRE doesn’t match the total shown on your 1099-G, you can contact our Unemployment Call Center at 866-783-5567 and request a payment review. If an error is identified, we will take necessary action to make the correction and issue a corrected 1099-G. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) advises if you received a 1099-G in error and it has not been corrected before you file your federal income tax return, you should NOT report the income. You must attach a statement to your return why you are not reporting the 1099-G income. A copy of the submission confirmation from the LWC’s online fraud reporting form can serve as the written statement.

Q: The benefits reported on my 1099-G were overpaid. Could you provide me with a corrected 1099-G?

A: We are required by the Internal Revenue Services to put all benefit payments, including amounts overpaid, on this form. A claim overpayment does not require a correction to the 1099-G.

Q: I have repaid some (or all) of my overpayment and need a corrected 1099-G. How can I get a corrected form?

A: As stated in the above answer, the LWC is required by the IRS to put all benefit payments, including amounts overpaid, on the 1099-G. The LWC does not issue corrected 1099s for overpaid monies or repayments made against an overpayment. You can bring your 1099-G and proof of the repayment(s) to a qualified tax preparer, who would be the best source for answers to any questions you have about reporting your unemployment payments, overpayments, and repayments.

Q: I have already reported Identity Theft to the LWC. Why did I still receive a 1099-G?

A: The IRS requires absolute proof of Identity Theft in order for 1099-Gs not to be issued. If you have reported Identity Theft to the LWC, you should have received a follow-up email which provided next-step instructions for Identity Theft victims to have their name cleared in LWC’s system. You must follow the steps as directed and upload ALL requested documents for the case to be investigated. If you did not receive an email detailing next-step instructions, you will need to resubmit the Identity Theft request at https://www2.laworks.net/Forms/UI_ReportSuspectedFraudForm.asp. Once you receive the email and upload all required documentation (including a police report), there is nothing else required of you unless investigators need to contact you for more information. Save the submission confirmations and the required documentation, including a police report, for your records and for tax purposes. If ID Theft is confirmed by our investigation, a corrected 1099-G will be issued.

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Louisiana Form 1099 & L-3
Reporting Requirements

January 31, 2021

Louisiana Form 1099 Filing Deadline -
January 31, 2021

January 31, 2021

The Louisiana Form L-3 Filing Deadline -
January 31, 2021

TaxBandits supports the filing of Form 1099 with both the IRS and the State of Louisiana.

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Q. Does Louisiana mandate 1099 filing for 2020?

A. Yes! Louisiana mandates the filing of the 1099 forms only if there is a state tax withholding. Remember, all 1099s are required to be submitted electronically.

Q. What types of 1099 forms need to be filed with the State of Louisiana?

A. The 1099 forms that reflect Louisiana income tax withholding must be submitted to the state. Some of the 1099 forms are listed below:

Q. Does Louisiana require any additional forms to be submitted when filing 1099 forms?

A. Yes! The state of Louisiana requires you to submit L-3 when you e-file 1099s.

Here at TaxBandits, we support the e-filing of 1099s with Louisiana. Create a FREE account at TaxBandits to e-file your 1099s.

Note: Louisiana does not support the paper filing of 1099s.

Q. What is the deadline to file 1099 with Louisiana?

A. For the tax year 2020, the deadline to file 1099s & L-3 with Louisiana is January 31, 2021. If you fail to file on time, the State of Louisiana will impose penalties.

Note: If the deadline falls on a weekend or federal holiday, the next day is the deadline.

Q. Can I electronically file 1099 forms with Louisiana?

A. Yes! You can e-file 1099 forms with the State of Louisiana. In fact, Louisiana accepts only the
electronic filing of 1099s.

E-filing is the best option for hassle-free filing. To help you with the e-filing of 1099, TaxBandits is here! We support a bulk upload option to transmit multiple 1099s simultaneously. Plus, we distribute 1099 form copies to payees via postal mail.

Q. What are the 1099 penalties with Louisiana?

A. As an employer, if you fail to file 1099 and L-3, you will be penalized by Louisiana. The penalty is $5 per 1099, and it will not exceed $7,500.

Q. Where do I mail 1099 forms when filing with the State of Louisiana?

A. The state accepts only the electronic filing of 1099. So, you should not mail in form copies.

Looking for an IRS-authorized e-file service provider? TaxBandits is here! We support a bulk upload option to transmit multiple 1099s simultaneously. You can also import 1099 details directly from your XERO and QuickBooks accounts for easy e-filing. Plus, we distribute 1099 form copies to payees/recipients via postal mail.

Get started with TaxBandits today and stay compliant with the State of Louisiana! Start Filing Now

More FAQ on 1099 State Filings

Sours: https://www.taxbandits.com/form-1099-series/louisiana-state-filing-requirements/

Filing louisiana requirements 1099

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does Louisiana require the filing of an information return (Federal Form 1099 MISC) to report a payment of miscellaneous income made to an individual?

    Yes. However, Form 1099 MISC is required to be filed only in cases where the payment made meet all of the following conditions:

    a. the payment amounts to $1,000 or more;
    b. the payment is made to a non-resident of Louisiana; and,
    c. the payment is for rents or royalties from properties located in Louisiana.

  • Is the payment of miscellaneous income to a Louisiana resident required to be reported on Form 1099 MISC?

    No. Only payments of $1,000 or more to non-residents of Louisiana for rents or royalties from properties located in Louisiana are required to be reported. However, a record of payments to residents should be maintained in the event the Department has a need to review them.

  • Are Louisiana income taxes required to be withheld from payments reported on Form 1099 MISC?

    No. However, the recipient is required to file a declaration of estimated tax if his Louisiana income tax liability can reasonably be expected to exceed $1,000 after deducting all allowable credits (R.S. 47:116).

  • Does Louisiana participate in the combined Federal/State Program for reporting?

    Yes. The reporting of payments on Form 1099 MISC can be submitted to the Louisiana Department of Revenue through the IRS’s Combined Federal/State Filing (CF/SF) Program. The CF/SF Program was established to simplify information returns filing for payers. Through CF/SF, the IRS electronically forwards information returns (original and corrected) to participating states. (Answer revised 1/27/2021)

  • Can Form 1099 MISC be submitted to Louisiana electronically?

    Yes. Form 1099 MISC can be uploaded to the Louisiana Department of Revenue’s web site through our LaWage application at the following link: https://esweb.revenue.louisiana.gov/LaWage or filed electronically through the IRS’s Combined Federal/State Filing (CF/SF) Program. (Answer revised 1/27/2021)

  • How many Forms 1099 MISC can I submit through LaWage, and what format should I use?

    Any number of Forms 1099 MISC can be submitted. You will be given the option to manually input information or upload a file. The format is the same as that required by the Social Security Administration. Once you click on the LaWage link there is help in the menu which provides all electronic filing requirements. In addition, a template is provided to show how the file should look if you are uploading a file.

  • Does the state of Louisiana require businesses to submit Federal Form 1099-NEC?

    At this time, Louisiana has no requirement to businesses to file Form 1099-NEC unless Louisiana income tax is withheld on the income reported on the Form 1099-NEC. (New 1/28/2021)

  • How can I file a Federal Form 1099-NEC with the department?

    You can submit any 1099-NEC to Louisiana either electronically or by mail.

    Paper copies of it should be attached to a completed Form L-3 and mailed to:

    Louisiana Department of Revenue
    P. O. Box 201
    Baton Rouge, LA 70821-0201

    Form 1099-NEC can also be uploaded to the Louisiana Department of Revenue’s web site through our LaWage application at the following link: https://esweb.revenue.louisiana.gov/LaWage. (New 1/28/2021)

  • How to I include Federal Form 1099-NEC on LaWage?

    Federal Form 1099-NEC may be included in a bulk file or submitted manually as a 1099-MISC. The formatting of all 1099 types are identical in LaWage. (New 1/28/2021)

  • On Federal Form 1099-NEC, what number should I use in box 6?

    You should use the account number issued to you by LDR in box 6. (New 1/28/2021)

  • Sours: https://revenue.louisiana.gov
    HOW TO FILE A TAX RETURN WITH A 1099 / INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR / TAX PREPARATION

    What is state filing?

    All 1099 forms must be submitted to the IRS and the recipient, but some forms must also be submitted to the Department of Revenue for certain states. With the new 1099-NEC and 1099-MISC, many states' requirements are in flux.

    Starting with tax year 2020, Track1099 will offer a 1099 state e-filing service to certain states. For those states we don't yet support, we will give you the file to upload. Please see our State E-file video.

    Note: We do not yet provide any state files or support for W-2, 1095-B/C or 1042-S.

    Combined Federal and State Program for 1099-series

    Track1099 participates in the the Combined Federal and State program. The IRS forwards these forms to participating states: 1099-MISC, INT, DIV, B, G, K, OID, PATR, R, and 5498.

    1099-NEC The 1099-NEC is NOT part of the Combined Federal and State program for tax year 2020. States are still formulating their 1099-NEC requirements.

    If your state participates in this program, you likely have no additional requirements to submit files to your state; however, it is your responsibility to be fully cognizant of your state's rules.

    Participating states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Wisconsin.

    States with additional 1099 filing requirements.

    1. Starting with tax year 2020, Track1099 will offer a state e-file service for +$1.49 per form.

    2. If you elect not to have us e-file to states for you, we will give you the state file for no additional charge.

    3. You would then upload the file to your state's web site.

    4. After scheduling and paying for the forms, a button to your state files appears under the Download tab.

    5. Please notify us if your state has a new requirement.

    6. Please ensure that you fulfill your state's filing requirements.

    States for which Track1099 offers an e-file service (or you can download the file for no additional charge and file yourself):

    California: Forms 1099-NEC, 1098, 1098-E, 1098-T, 1099-A, 1099-C, 1099-LTC, 1099-Q, 1099-S, 3921, 3922, 5498-ESA, and W-2G for SWIFT. CA's web site here and here.

    District of Columbia: Forms 1099-NEC, B, DIV, G, INT, MISC, OID, R, and K. 1099-K must be submitted for all recipients with at least $600 in Box 1a. DC's web site

    Delware: Forms 1099-NEC and MISC. Form 1099-R if DE state tax is withheld. DE's web site

    Florida: Form 1099-K. 1099-K must be submitted for all FL recipients. FL's web site

    Illinois: Forms 1099-K, W-2G. 1099-K must be submitted for all recipients with at least $1000 in Box 1a. IL's web site

    Kansas: KS recipients with forms 1099-NEC, MISC, B, DIV, INT, R and W-2G. Electronic corrections are not currently supported by KS, instead paper corrections must be submitted by you as described on the KS's web site

    Massachusetts: Forms 1099-NEC, MISC, INT, DIV, K and R. If you choose to upload the file yourself, in line 1 of your MA file, change the 9-digit number beginning with 454..to your Payer's EIN before submitting to MA. 1099-K must be submitted for all recipients with at least $600 in Box 1a. MA's web site

    Michigan: Form 1099-NEC. Recipients with MI state withholding on 1099-MISC, R and W-2G. MI's web site

    New Jersey: NJ recipients of form 1099-NEC with more than $1000 and recipients with NJ state withholding on forms 1099-MISC and R. NJ's web site

    New York: Form 1099-K. NY's web site

    Oregon: Forms 1099-NEC, MISC, G, K, R, W-2G, and W-2 for iWire. Ensure you've entered the Payer's OR BIN in the State Payer ID box of your recipients' 1099s. For W-2s, enter Transit tax withheld in box 14 (eg "ORSTT W/H - $15.00"). OR's web site

    Pennsylvania: 1099-NEC, MISC, R for e-Tides. If you have a PA tax account ID, you must enter it in the state withholding section of your forms, even if you did not have withholding. If you do not have PA Payer ID, leave that field blank. Do not enter your EIN. If you have PA withholding for recipients, you must file a PA REV-1667 form, either electronically, if you e-filed with us or via paper, if you sent paper to PA. To troubleshoot PA errors, see below under "Troubleshooting". PA's web site and file specs.

    Tennessee: Form 1099-K. TN's web site

    Wisconsin: 1099-NEC forms. Recipients with WI state withholding on forms 1099-DIV, INT, MISC, R and W2G. We do not yet support W-2 for WI residents, but will give you a file. WI's web site

    States for which we provide a file for you to upload:

    Alabama: Form 1099-K. Mail all AL recipients of 1099-NEC to: AL DOR, PO Box 327489, Montgomery, AL 36132-7489. AL's web site

    Arizona: Recipients with AZ state withholding on forms 1099-NEC, MISC, B, DIV, INT, G, K, OID, PATR, R, and W-2G. AZ's web site

    Arkansas: Form 1099-NEC with more than $2500. Recipients with AR state withholding on forms MISC, B, DIV, INT, G, K, OID, PATR, R, and W-2G. AR's web site

    Colorado: Recipients with CO state withholding on forms 1099-NEC, MISC, B, DIV, INT, G, K, R and W-2G. CO's web sites here and here.

    Connecticut: Recipients with CT state withholding on forms 1099-MISC and R. All recipients of 1099-NEC and 1099-K. CT's web site

    Georgia: Recipients with GA state withholding on forms 1099-NEC, MISC. All recipients of 1099-K. GA's web site

    Hawaii: Form 1099-NEC. HI only accepts paper. Go to Downloads->Big green button for a PDF. HI's web site

    Idaho: Recipients with ID state withholding on form 1099-NEC. ID's web site

    Indiana: Recipients with IN state withholding on forms 1099-NEC, R and W-2G. IN's web site

    Iowa: Recipients with IA state withholding on 1099-NEC, MISC, B, C, DIV, INT, G, K, OID, R, and W-2G. Before submitting the file to IA, replace the text "ENTERBEN" in the filename and the second to last line of the file with your 8 digit IA Business eFile Number (BEN). IA's web site

    Kentucky: Recipients with KY state withholding on forms 1099-B, DIV, G, INT, K, MISC, OID, R and W-2G. KY's web site

    Maryland: Recipients with MD state withholding on forms 1099-NEC and MISC. 1099-K must be submitted for all recipients with at least $600 in Box 1a. MD's web site

    Minnesota: Recipients with MN state withholding on form 1099-MISC. MN's web site

    Mississippi: Form 1099-NEC and MISC. MS's web site

    Missouri: Form 1099-NEC. MO's web site

    Montana: Form 1099-NEC. MT's web site

    Nebraska: Recipients with NE state withholding on form 1099-NEC. NE's web site

    North Carolina: Recipients with NC state withholding on forms 1099-NEC, B, DIV, G, INT, MISC, OID and W2G; all 1099-R. NC's web site

    North Dakota: Form 1099-NEC. Recipients with ND state withholding on forms 1099-MISC, B, DIV, INT, G, OID, PATR, R, and W-2G. ND's web site

    Ohio: Form 1009-R for OH e-file. Recipients with OH state withholding on forms 1099-NEC and MISC must mail in a paper form. Please use Downloads->Big green button for a PDF. OH's web site.

    Oklahoma: Form 1099-NEC with more than $750. OK's web site

    Rhode Island: 1099-MISC. RI only accepts paper forms. Please see RI's web site for more info.

    South Carolina: Recipients with SC state withholding on forms 1099-NEC. SC accepts CD-ROM only. SC's web site

    Utah: Recipients with UT state withholding on forms 1099-MISC and R. UT's web site

    Vermont: Recipients with VT state withholding on forms 1099-B, DIV, G, INT, K, MISC, NEC, OID PATR, and R. 1099-K must be submitted for all recipients with at least $600 in Box 1a. VT's 1099-K info and VT's general 1099 site

    Virginia: Recipients with VA state withholding on forms 1099-NEC, MISC and R. VA's web site

    West Virginia: Recipients with WV state withholding on forms 1099-NEC, MISC, R and W-2G. WV's web site

    States with no 1099-NEC filing requirement:

    Alaska, Florida, Illinois, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, Wyoming

    Rejected State File Troubleshooting

    1. Please thoroughly read the email from us that contains the error messages from the state.

    2. This email was sent to the team leader, if you are on a team.

    3. Even if you disagree with the errors, please correct your recipients as they say. We will auto-resend.

    4. Payer errors cannot be fixed electronically at this time. You will have to send paper to that state.

    5. To send paper, go to Downloads->Big green button. Copy B and the summary page in place of a 1096 are sufficient to send.

    6. Go to your state's Dept of Revenue web site to find the mailing address.

    Pennsylvania: PA requires you to enter PA Payer ID, if you have one, even if you are not withholding for that recipient. If you do not have a Payer ID, leave all state withholding fields blank. If you get an error "TAX_RETURN_STATUS", then your payroll company has filed your W-2s and PA cannot also accept 1099s electronically. Yes, this is odd. You can either sign up for a second PA Payer ID and use that to file your 1099s or you can send paper to: PA Department of Revenue, Bureau of Individual Taxes, 1099 NEC Forms, PO Box 280509, Harrisburg, PA 17128-0509

    If you have PA withholding on your recipients and have had us successfully e-file them, please do the following to fill in your REV-1667. If you sent paper, you will have to fill in and send a paper REV-1667.

    • Go to E-tides, click Enter E-tides and login.
    • Click "File Return/Payment" on the left side.
    • Select "Employer Withholding Tax" under 1099 Filings and click "Next".
    • Select your company under "File a Employer Withholding Tax Return or Payment" and click "Select".
    • Choose the "W-2/1099/REV-1667 Annual Withholding" option and select tax year 2020 REV-1667 from the dropdown (if not already selected) and click "Continue".
    • Select "Enter/Edit REV-1667 Annual Withholding Reconciliation Statement(Transmittal)" and click "Continue".
    • Make sure all the amounts are correct and click "Continue".
    • Click the "Submit" button.

    Wisconsin: Leave all state withholding fields blank if you do not have a WI ID. We will enter the default for you.

    Sours: https://www.track1099.com/info/state_info

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