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What states support the Combined Federal and State Filing Program (1099)?

Taxpayers can utilize the Combined Federal/State Filing Program (CF/SF) to file if their state supports the program.

What states support the CF/SF program?

The following states support the Combined Federal and State Filing (CF/SF) Program:
Note: This table can also be seen in IRS Pub 1220, page 25.

 

State Code*
Alabama 01
Arizona 04
Arkansas 05
California 06
Colorado 07
Connecticut 08
Delaware 10
Georgia 13
Hawaii 15
Idaho 16
Indiana 18
Kansas 20
Louisiana 22
Maine 23
Maryland 24
Massachusetts 25
Michigan 26
Minnesota 27
Mississippi 28
Missouri 29
Montana 30
Nebraska 31
New Jersey
34
New Mexico 35
North Carolina 37
North Dakota 38
Ohio 39
Oklahoma
40
South Carolina 45
Wisconsin 55
Note: The codes listed only apply to the CF/SF program and may not correspond to state codes of agencies or programs outside of the IRS.

 

 

Does my state require me to file Form 1099-MISC?

You're not required to file Form 1099-MISC with your state if your business is in the following states:

  • Alaska (AK)
  • Florida (FL)
  • Illinois (IL)
  • New Hampshire (NH)
  • Nevada (NV)
  • New York (NY)
  • South Dakota (SD)
  • Tennessee (TN)
  • Texas (TX)
  • Washington (WA)
  • Wyoming (WY)
Note:
  • For all other states, check with your state agency for filing requirements.
  • State 1099-MISC filings varies by payroll service.
    • Intuit Online Payroll - Combined state and federal E-filing is not supported.
    • QuickBooks Online - Combined state and federal E-filing is not supported.
    • QuickBooks Desktop - Combined state and federal E-filing is supported.
    • QuickBooks Desktop for Mac 2020 - Combined state and federal E-filing is supported. Earlier versions do not support e-file.
    • Non QuickBooks or payroll customers using Intuit 1099 E-file service - Combined state and federal E-filing is not supported.

How do I create my 1099 MISC Form and e-file (for a fee)?

To create your 1099-MISC Form and e-file for a fee, check out the following resources:

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