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File your state 1099 forms

SOLVEDby QuickBooks643Updated November 03, 2023

Learn about your state's requirements for filing 1099s.

If you filed your 1099-MISC or 1099-NEC forms with the IRS, you may also need to file with your state. Read below to learn more about your state requirements for 1099s.

Need more info about 1099s? See Get answers to your 1099 questions.

Does QuickBooks support state 1099 e-filing?

QuickBooks Desktop

If you e-file using Tax1099 in QuickBooks Desktop, see this State Filing Tax1099 article to see what states are supported for 1099-NEC and 1099-MISC e-filings.

QuickBooks Online and Contractor Payments

Filing with your state isn't supported. Use the links below or contact your state to learn if they require the 1099-NEC and 1099-MISC and how to file.

Which states require 1099s

If you are in Alaska, Florida, Illinois, New Hampshire, Nevada, New York, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, or Wyoming

You're not required to file Forms 1099-NEC and 1099-MISC with your state.

If you’re in any of these states listed here use the links below to learn more about how to file 1099s in your state.


AlabamaKentuckyNorth Dakota
ConnecticutMichiganPuerto Rico
District of ColumbiaMinnesotaRhode Island
DelawareMississippiSouth Carolina
IndianaNew Jersey*West Virginia
IowaNew MexicoWisconsin**
KansasNorth Carolina


If you answer yes to either of these questions, then you're required to file a Form 1099-NEC or Form 1099-MISC to the state of New Jersey:

  • Did you report $1000 or more in Box 1 of the 1099-NEC?
  • Did you withhold any state income tax from payments reported in Box 1 of the NEC?

New Jersey requires you to have a New Jersey withholding ID. Your ID should be the abbreviation for New Jersey (NJ) and your 12 digit NJ withholding ID - Example: NJ 999-999-999/999

For more information, contact New Jersey.

The state of Wisconsin requires that boxes 16 and 17 are completed on Form 1099-MISC or boxes 6 and 7 on the 1099-NEC if you filed the same form with the IRS. If you withheld any Wisconsin state income tax from a payment you made to your contractor or vendor, you're required to have a Wisconsin withholding ID.

  • Your ID should be the abbreviation for Wisconsin (WI) and your 15 digit WI withholding ID - Example: WI 999999999999999

If you didn't withhold state income tax and don't have any other requirement to have a Wisconsin withholding ID, then enter WI 036888888888801

For more information, contact the Wisconsin Department of Revenue.

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