state tax filing deadlinesHere’s a look at state deadlines and requirements for filing 1099-MISC tax forms in 2018 (for 2017 taxes).

Individuals are required to file 1099-MISC tax forms with the IRS for anyone you paid more than $600 or more in rents or services performed for a trade or business by people not treated as employees.

Not only are business owners and individuals required to file these important tax forms with the IRS by Janurary 31, 2018, but your state might also have state filing requirements for 1099s.

If your state requires you to file a 1099-MISC tax form, make sure complete this task at the state level and the federal level. Your state might have different deadlines than the federal deadline.

Filing 1099-MISC Forms With Your State

If you use Rentec Direct to electronically file your 1099 tax forms, you can file with both the IRS and your state tax agency, through our partnership with Nelco tax professionals.

When you check your state requirements for filing 1099-MISC forms look for:

  • Due date to file
  • Requirements to file electronically
  • 1099 filing requirements
  • 1099 with information in Box 7 vs. no information in Box 7
  • Dollar amount paid to meet requirement to file 1099-MISC
    • For example: the federal requirement is $600 or more, but some states don’t require you to file a 1099 unless you paid out $1,500 or more.

1099-MISC Tax Form State Deadlines

According to Nelco, here is an updated list of state deadlines and requirements for filing 1099-MISC tax forms in 2018 for the 2017 tax year.

Alabama – Deadline January  31, 2018

Alaska – no state filing requirements

Arizona – Deadline January  31, 2018

Arkansas – Deadline January  31, 2018

California – Deadline January  31, 2018

Colorado – Deadline January  31, 2018

Connecticut – Deadline January  31, 2018

Delaware – Deadline January  31, 2018

District of Columbia – Deadline January  31, 2018

Florida – No state filing requirements

Georgia – Deadline January  31, 2018

Hawaii – Deadline Feb. 28, 2018

Idaho – Deadline January  31, 2018

Illinois – No state filing requirements

Indiana – Deadline January  31, 2018

Iowa – Deadline January  31, 2018

Kansas – Deadline January  31, 2018

Kentucky – Deadline January  31, 2018

Louisiana – Deadline January  31, 2018

Maine – Deadline January  31, 2018

Maryland – Deadline January  31, 2018

Massachusetts – Deadline January  31, 2018

Michigan – Deadline February 28, 2018

Minnesota – Deadline January  31, 2018

Mississippi – Deadline February 28, 2018

Missouri – Deadline February 28, 2018

Montana – Deadline January  31, 2018

Nebraska – Deadline January  31, 2018

Nevada – No state filing requirement

New Hampshire – No state filing requirement

New Jersey – Deadline February 28, 2018

New Mexico – Deadline February 28, 2018

New York – No state filing requirement

North Carolina – Deadline January  31, 2018

North Dakota – Deadline January  31, 2018

Ohio – Deadline January  31, 2018

Oklahoma – Deadline February 28, 2018

Oregon – Deadline January  31, 2018

Pennsylvania – Deadline February 28, 2018

Rhode Island – Deadline January  31, 2018

South Carolina – Deadline January  31, 2018

South Dakota – No state filing requirement

Tennessee – No state filing requirement

Texas – No state filing requirement

Utah – Deadline January  31, 2018

Vermont – Deadline January  31, 2018

Virginia – Deadline January  31, 2018

Washington – No state filing requirement

West Virginia – Deadline February 28, 2018

Wisconsin – Deadline January  31, 2018

Wyoming – No state filing requirement

For more information, check your state tax requirements and speak with your tax professional.


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