State 1099 Electronic Filing

State 1099 E-File

This page is dedicated to business 1099 filers who are also required to report 1099 returns to one or more states in addition to reporting to the federal government.

The electronic filing engine available inside our W2 Mate® software gives users the ability to e-File with both states that participate in the IRS CF/SF Program (fed forwards 1099 info to the state) and most states that require 1099 forms be reported directly to them. 1099 payers and filers who are allowed to use paper forms are also supported by our W2 Mate® software.

State 1099 Rules

Please note that most states that require direct e-Filing with them accept submissions in the federal format as defined by publication 1220 as long as the submission includes state-related fields. Our W2 Mate® software fully complies with IRS publication 1220.

Currently our software supports the following forms for federal and state reporting purposes: 1099-A (Acquisition or Abandonment of Secured Property), 1099-B (Proceeds from Broker and Barter Exchange Transactions), 1099-C (Cancellation of Debt), 1099-DIV (Dividends and Distributions), 1099-INT (Interest Income), 1099-K (Merchant Card and Third Party Network Payments), 1099-MISC (Miscellaneous Income), 1099-OID (Original Issue Discount), 1099-PATR (Taxable Distributions Received From Cooperatives), 1099-R (Distributions from Pensions, Annuities, Retirement or Profit-Sharing Plans, IRAs, Insurance Contracts, etc.) and 1099-S (Proceeds from Real Estate Transactions).

State Name

Is 1099 Filing Required

Does state participate in IRS CF/SF Program
(Fed forwards 1099 info to the state)

Due Date (Paper)

Due Date (EFile)

Alabama

Yes

Yes

February-28

March-31

Alaska

No

Arizona

Yes

Yes

February-28

February-28

Arkansas

Yes

Yes

February-28

February-28

California

Yes

Yes

February-28

March-31

Colorado

Yes

Yes

February-28

March-31

Connecticut

Yes

Yes

February-28

March-31

Delaware

Yes

Yes

February-28

March-31

District of Columbia

Yes

Yes

February-28

March-31

Florida

No

Georgia

Yes

Yes

February-28

March-31

Hawaii

Yes

Yes

February-28

March-31

Idaho

Yes

Yes

February-28

February-28

Illinois

No

Indiana

Yes

Yes

February-28

February-28

Iowa

Yes

Yes

Kansas

Yes

Yes

February-28

February-28

Kentucky

Yes

No

Louisiana

Yes

No

February-28

February-28

Maine

Yes

Yes

March-31

March-31

Maryland

Yes

Yes

February-28

February-28

Massachusetts

Yes

Yes

February-28

February-28

Michigan

Yes

Yes

February-28

February-28

Minnesota

Yes

Yes

February-28

February-28

Mississippi

Yes

Yes.

February-28

March-31

Missouri

Yes

Yes

February-28

March-31

Montana

Yes

Yes

February-28

February-28

Nebraska

Yes

Yes

February-1

February-1

Nevada

No

New Hampshire

No

New Jersey

Yes

Yes

February-28

March-31

New Mexico

Yes

Yes

February-28

March-31

New York

No

No

North Carolina

Yes

Yes

February-28

March-31

North Dakota

Yes

Yes

February-28

March-31

Ohio

Yes

Yes

February-28

February-28

Oklahoma

Yes

No

February-28

March-31

Oregon

Yes

No

March First

March-31

Pennsylvania

Yes

No

February-28

March-31

Rhode Island

Yes

No

February-28

February-28

South Carolina

Yes

Yes

February-28

February-28

South Dakota

No

Tennessee

No

Texas

No

Utah

Yes

No

February-28

February-28

Vermont

Yes

Yes

March-31

March-31

Virginia

Yes

Yes

February-28

March-31

Washington

No

West Virginia

Yes

No

February-28

February-28

Wisconsin

Yes

Yes

February-28

February-28

Wyoming

No


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