In this article you will learn about what states don't need Form 1099-MISC to be filed and how to print and mail your forms to the IRS.
States that don't require Form 1099-MISC to be filed
You're not required to file Form 1099-MISC with your state if your business is in:
- Alaska (AK)
- Florida (FL)
- Iowa (IA)
- Illinois (IL)
- New Hampshire (NH)
- Nevada (NV)
- New York (NY)
- South Dakota (SD)
- Tennessee (TN)
- Texas (TX)
- Washington (WA)
- Wyoming (WY)
For all other states, check with your state agency for filing requirements. We do not file 1099s with the states for you.
If you print and mail Form 1099-MISC to the IRS
You can add the information by hand in boxes 16 and 17 after you have printed the form. Be sure to write legibly using a black ink pen.
- Box 16: If you withheld any state income tax from payments made to contractors/vendors who performed services for you, then enter the amount withheld. If you did not withhold any state income tax, then leave Box 16 blank.
- Box 17: Enter your State abbreviation and Payer's State ID number (withholding ID number)
To learn more about preparing and filing 1099s in Quickbooks Online see Prepare and file 1099s (QuickBooks Online).
Now you know what states don't need Form 1099-MISC to be filed and how to print and mail your forms to the IRS.