1099 Electronic Filing Basics

Ohio 1099 Rules | E-File OH 1099's

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This page provides the latest resources on Ohio 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 Ohio: 1099-R.
  • Filing due dates: File the state copy of form 1099 with the Ohio taxation agency by February 28, 2021 (January 31 in some cases).
  • Reporting threshold: If you file 250 or more 1099 forms with Ohio you must file electronically.
  • When filing federal copies of forms 1099 with the IRS from the state of Ohio the mailing address is: Department of the Treasury , Internal Revenue Service Center Austin, TX 73327.
  • When filing state copies of forms 1099 with Ohio department of revenue, the agency contact information is: Ohio Department of Taxation, P.O. Box 182667, Columbus, OH 43218-2667 .
  • Compliance rules: Ohio accepts 1099 e-File submissions formatted using the federal format as defined by IRS Publication 1220 (Specifications for Filing Forms 1098, 1099, 5498 and W-2G Electronically). The state of Ohio Department of Taxation only accepts filing using CD-ROMs, 3490 or 3590 tape cartridges. OHIO IT-3 form (Transmittal of Wage and Tax Statements) must be mailed with the 1099 media.
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Important Note (for both paper and electronic filers): There is a new form called 1099-NEC that is used to report None-employee compensation (instead of Box 7 on form 1099-MISC). The IRS does not forward 1099-NEC forms to the state, you need to file directly with the Ohio DOR.

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