Minnesota Payroll: New Minnesota Form W-4MN

 

Employers use our payroll tax software to do payroll in Minnesota. The payroll solution is very affordable and a free demo can be downloaded from the Minnesota payroll software page.

The Minnesota Department of Revenue released a new Form W-4MN, Minnesota Employee Withholding Allowance/Exemption Certificate, which employees may be required to complete and provide to their employer.

Federal Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate, is used to determine the amount of federal income tax withholding and, in most cases, the Minnesota income tax withholding. The new Minnesota Form W-4MN should be completed in addition to federal Form W-4 in some situations.

  • Effective immediately, you must have employees complete Form W-4MN in addition to the federal payroll Form W-4 if they:
  • Claim fewer Minnesota allowances than federal allowances (Minnesota allowances cannot exceed the number of federal allowances),
  • Claim more than 10 Minnesota withholding allowances,
  • Request additional Minnesota withholding be deducted each pay period, or
  • Claim to be exempt from Minnesota income tax withholding and you reasonably expect their wages to exceed $200 per week.

For Minnesota purposes, continue to have employees only complete the federal Form W-4 if the employee chooses the same number of Minnesota allowances as federal and the number claimed is 10 or less.

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California Form DE-6 | EDD Form DE6 | CA DE 6 Instructions

 

California DE-6 Form, Quarterly Wage and Withholding Report, is a required report to be filed by California employers. Business owners will report individual employee’s wages and personal income tax (PIT) withholdings. Use our CA payroll software to automatically calculate California withholdings, prepare, and print Form DE 6.

The state of California form DE 6 can be submitted to EDD (Employment Development Department) a number of ways. Employers can e-file DE 6, submit a paper form DE-6 or an approved alternate EDD form. Employers with more than 249 employees are required to submit electronically. Employers whom have been notified to e-file and choose not to do so will incur a penalty.

All employers required to file DE 6 shall do regardless if wages were paid. The form should be filled out with the appropriate boxes selected were applicable.

Additional requirements revolve around filing due dates. Use Payroll Mate to print California state form DE-6. The DE-6 form is submitted to State of California/ Employment Development Department/ P.O. Box 826288/ Sacramento, CA 94230-6288. The DE-6 is due April 1,  July 1 , October 1, and January 1. The form is considered delinquent if not filed by April 30, August 2, November 1, and January 31 accordingly. To find valuable information you can go to “The California Employer’s Guide” or call the Taxpayer Assistance Center at (888) 745-3886.

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State 1099 Filing Requirements | 1099 State Reporting Requirements

 

1099 payers can use our 1099 software to meet the state 1099 filing requirements either on paper or through electronic filing. You can read more about this software and download a free 1099 software demo by visiting the 1099 tax software page.

Thirty six states require 1099 forms reporting for various types of non-payroll compensation and other miscellaneous income. While the 1099 filing requirements and dollar reporting thresholds may vary, the requirement to file a state return is generally contingent on the reporting requirements for the state in which the 1099 recipient resides. The states not requiring tax filing for 1099 forms are Alaska, District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington and Wyoming

For the states below the payer is required to print a state copy of the 1099 form and mail it to them.

State Form

1099-MISC

2010 / 2011

1099-INT

2010 / 2011

1099-DIV

2010 / 2011

1099-R

2010 / 2011

Alabama * * * *
Arizona       *
Arkansas * * * *
California * * * *
Colorado *     *
Connecticut *     *
Delaware *     *
Georgia *     *
Hawaii * * * *
Idaho *     *
Indiana       *
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Kentucky *     *
Maine * * * *
Maryland       *
Massachusetts * *   *
Michigan *     *
Minnesota * * * *
Mississippi * * * *
Missouri       *
Montana * * * *
Nebraska *     *
New Jersey * * * *
New Mexico *     *
North Carolina *     *
North Dakota * * * *
Ohio       *
Oklahoma *      
Pennsylvania       *
Rhode Island *     *
South Carolina *     *
Utah       *
Vermont *     *
Virginia *     *
West Virginia *     *
Wisconsin *     *

 

STATE TAXING AGENCIES

State Abbr.    State Department Mailing Address Phone Number
AL Dept. of Revenue Montgomery, AL 36130 (205)242-1175
AK Dept. of Revenue Juneau, AK 99811 (907)465-2320
AZ Dept. of Revenue Phoenix, AZ 85007 (602)542-3887
AR Dept. of Finance and Admin. Little Rock, AR 72201 (501)682-7200
CA Franchise Tax Board Sacramento, CA 95807 (800)852-5711
CO Dept. of Revenue Denver, Co. 80261 (303)534-1208
CT Dept. of Revenue Services Hartford, CT 08106 (203)566-8520
DE Dept. of Finance Wilmington, DE 19801 (302)577-3310
DC Dept. of Finance and Revenue Washington. D. C. 20001 (202)727-6104
FL Dept. of Revenue Tallahassee, FL 32301 (904)488-9750
GA State Revenue Commissioner Atlanta. GA 30334 (404)656-4236
HI Dept. of Taxation Honolulu, HI 96813 (808)587-1455
ID Dept. of Revenue and Taxation Boise, ID 83720 (208)334-3660
IL Dept. of Revenue Springfield, IL 62708 (217)782-3336
IN Dept. of Revenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317)232-4692
IA Dept. of Revenue and Finance Des Moines, IA 50319 (515)281-3114
KS Dept. of Revenue Topeka, KS 66612 (913)296-3909
KY Revenue Cabinet Frankfort, KY 40601 (502)564-4580
LA Dept. of Revenue and Taxation Baton Rouge. LA 70821 (504)925-7537
ME Bureau of Taxation Augusta, ME 04333 (207)289-2076
MD Comptroller of the Treasury Annapolis, MD 21404 (301)974-3851
MA Dept. of Revenue Boston, MA 02202 (617)727-4545
 MI Dept. of Treasury Lansing, MI 48909 (800)487-7000
MN Dept. of Revenue St. Paul, MN 55155 (612)296-3781
MS State Tax Commission Jackson, MS 39201 (601)359-1105
MO Dept. of Revenue Jefferson City, MO 65105 (314)751-4450
MT Dept. of Revenue Helena, MT 59620 (406)444-2981
NE Dept. of Revenue Lincoln, NB 68509 (402)471-2971
NV Dept. of Taxation Carson City, NV 89710 (702)687-4820
NH Dept. of Revenue Administration    Concord, NH 03301 (603)271-2191
NJ Division of Taxation & Treasury Trenton, NJ 08646 (609)292-6400
NM Dept. of Taxation and Revenue Santa Fe. NM 87509-0630    (505)827-0700
NY Dept. of Taxation and Finance Albany. NY 12227 (518)438-8581
NC Dept. of Revenue Raleigh, NC 27611 (919)733-3991
ND Tax Commissioner Bismarck, ND 58505 (701)224-3450
OH Dept. of Taxation Columbus, OH 43266 (614)466-2000
OK Tax Commission Oklahoma City, OK 73194 (405)521-3637
OR Dept. of Revenue Salem, OR 97310 (503)378-4988
PA Dept. of Revenue Harrisburg, PA 17120 (717)787-8201
RI Division of Taxation Providence, RI 02903 (401)277-2905
SC Tax Commission Columbia, SC 29201 (803)896-1450
SD Dept. of Revenue Pierre, SD 57501 (605)773-3311
TN Dept. of Revenue Nashville, TN 37219 (615)741-2481
TX State Comptroller Austin, TX 78774 (800)252-5555
UT Tax Commission Salt Lake City, UT 84134 (801)530-4848
VT Dept. of Taxes Montpelier, VT 05602 (802)828-2505
VA Dept. of Revenue Richmond, VA 23282 (804)367-8031
WA Dept. of Revenue Olympia, WA 98504 (206)753-5525
WV Dept. of Tax and Revenue Charleston, WV 25305 (304)348-3333
WI Dept. of Revenue Madison, WI 53702 (608)266-2211
WY  Dept. of Revenue Cheyenne, WY 82002 (307)777-7962

 

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Oregon 1099 Form: Oregon 1099 Reporting | Oregon 1099 E-File

 

Businesses in Oregon State can use our 1099 software to report 1099s electronically. The software can also print Oregon 1099 form on regular paper. To learn more about our 1099 reporting software, please go to www.realtaxtools.com .

Effective for calendar year 2011, businesses with 250 or more of any one type of 1099 information return are required to report return information electronically.

The Oregon Department of Revenue will follow the same file specification for the 1099 forms  information as the Internal Revenue Service.

The transmittal due date is March 31, 2012. Forms 1099-MISC, 1099-G, 1099-R, and W-2G are filed electronically only; paper 1099s or other forms of media are not accepted.

Our 1099 e-filing software complies with IRS Publication 1220 (Specifications for Filing Forms 1098, 1099, 5498, and W-2G. Electronically).

Payers issuing fewer than 250 information returns may also file their 1099s electronically if they choose, but will be required to file electronically starting with the due dates below:

   For payers that issue 100 or more but less than 250, electronic filing begins with 2012 forms due in 2013.

   For payers that issue more than 10 but less than 100, electronic filing begins with 2013 forms due in 2014.

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Oregon W-2 Form: Oregon W-2 Filing requirements | Oregon W-2 E-File

 

Businesses in Oregon can use our W2 Software to report W-2 information electronically. A free demo of our W2 reporting software can be downloaded from the w2 software download page.

Oregon W-2 Filing requirements

Effective for calendar year 2010, businesses with 50 or more employees and all payroll service providers are required to report W-2 information electronically.

The Oregon Department of Revenue will follow the same file specification for the W-2 forms information as the Social Security Administration.

The transmittal due date is March 31, 2011. Forms W-2 are filed electronically only; paper W-2s or other forms of media are not accepted.

Visit the Social Security Administration’s website for more information about their EFW2 format.

Employers that do not use a payroll service and have fewer than 50 employees may also file their W-2s electronically if they choose, but will be required to file electronically starting with 2011 forms.

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