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Connecticut 1099 Rules | E-File CT 1099's

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This page provides the latest resources on Connecticut state 1099 filing including compliance rules, sending 1099 forms electronically, filing due dates, reporting thresholds and agency contact information.

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  • File the following forms with the state of Connecticut: 1099-MISC / 1099-NEC and 1099-R.
  • Filing due dates: File the state copy of form 1099 with the Connecticut taxation agency by January 31, 2021.
  • Reporting threshold: If you file 25 or more 1099 forms with Connecticut you must file electronically.
  • When filing federal copies of forms 1099 with the IRS from the state of Connecticut the mailing address is: Department of the Treasury , Internal Revenue Service Center Austin, TX 73306.
  • When filing state copies of forms 1099 with Connecticut department of revenue, the agency contact information is: Department of Revenue Services, State of Connecticut, PO Box 5081, Hartford CT 06102-5081.
  • Compliance rules: Payers who issue Forms 1099-MISC / 1099-NEC to report non-wage (Non-payroll) payments are required to provide copies of these forms to the Connecticut Department of Revenue on or before end of February, even though no CT income tax was withheld. 1099 filers who prepare 24 or fewer forms 1099 are encouraged to file electronically, but are not required to do so. The penalty for late filing is $50. Additionally, a penalty of $5 per form (up to a total of $2,000 per calendar year) is imposed on employers or payers who fail to provide copies of required annual informational returns.
  • Our W2 Mate software helps users of major accounting packages including some free and open source ones print and e-File Connecticut 1099 forms. Some examples include Intuit QuickBooks, Microsoft Dynamics, Peachtree, Sage 50 Accounting, Agresso, Microsoft Money, Quicken, LedgerSMB, Sage 300 ERP, Odoo, Kerridge.

Note: None-employee compensation is now part of form 1099-NEC and not 1099-MISC. The IRS does not forward 1099-NEC forms to the state, remember to file directly with the Connecticut Department of Revenue.

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