Introduction

This program was developed to simplify the process of filling out your W-2, 1098 and 1099-MISC forms required by the IRS and the SSA. Small to medium* businesses can use this program to enter, edit, and print using a PC and printer, eliminating the need to type the forms.

*The software now has the option to electronically file your forms. If you are filing more than 250 forms per form type/per employer/payer, you are required to file electronically.

This program is designed to print on any form that meets government specifications.

Please consult the IRS instructions for more information.

Legal Information

This program does not claim to offer legal advice for completing the required forms. The responsibility to comply with federal regulations rests on the filer and not the developer. Under no circumstances should you rely on this program as your legal advisor. Although the information provided has been researched carefully, the developer cannot guarantee its accuracy because regulations are constantly changing.

Quick Links

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Quick Start Video

Watch the Quick Start Video below for tips on how to import 2019 data, how to add employers, payers, and form recipients, how to import from CSV, and how to print.


Getting Started - Payer/Employer Entry

Payer/Employer Entry

Tax Forms Helper® offers several ways to get started:

View Demo

To manually enter your first Payer/Employer record, click Payer/Employers in the menu bar, then click the Add Employer/Payer button.

Payers and Employers Screen

Enter the Payer/Employer data in the fields provided, then click the Save button to save your entry.

Add Payers and Employers Screen

Click the OK button to return to the main menu.

Payer/Employer Record Added

The Payer/Employer record will now show up in the table.

Payer/Employer Record in table

To add additional records, click the Add Employer/Payer button again.

To edit an existing record, click the Edit link to the right of the record.

To delete an existing record, click the Delete link to the right of the record.

Proceed with entering your W2, 1099, 1098, or ACA information as needed.

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IRS Instructions

Please refer to the IRS instructions available by clicking on the links below or at any IRS office or on their web site at www.irs.gov.

For 1098— consult the “Instructions for Form 1098” from the Department of Treasury Internal Revenue Service for more information.

For 1098T— consult the “Instructions for Forms 1098-E and 1098-T” from the Department of Treasury Internal Revenue Service for more information.

For 1099-MISC— consult the “Instructions for Form 1099-MISC” from the Department of Treasury Internal Revenue Service for more information.

For 1099-INT— consult the “Instructions for Forms 1099-INT and 1099-OID” from the Department of Treasury Internal Revenue Service for more information.

For 1099-DIV— consult the “Instructions for Forms 1099-DIV” from the Department of Treasury Internal Revenue Service for more information.

For 1099-R— consult the “Instructions for Forms 1099-R and 5498” from the Department of Treasury Internal Revenue Service for more information.

For 1099-S— consult the “Instructions for Forms 1099-S” from the Department of Treasury Internal Revenue Service for more information.

For W-2— consult the “Instructions for Form W-2” from the Department of Treasury Internal Revenue Service for more information.

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W-2 Information

W-2 Entry

View Demo

To enter your first W-2 record, click W-2 in the menu bar, then click the Add W-2 button.

W-2 Screen

Enter the W-2 data in the fields provided, then click the Save button to save your entry.

Add W-2 Screen

Click the ? button to the right of each field for additional information on what data is required for each field.

Tooltip W-2 Screen

Click the Return to W-2s button to return to the main menu, or click the Add another W-2 for this Payer to make additional entries.

W-2 Record Added

The W-2 record will now show up in the table.

W-2 Record in table

To add additional records, click the Add W-2 button again.

To edit an existing record, click the Edit link to the right of the record.

To delete an existing record, click the Delete link to the right of the record.

To print an existing record, click the Print link to the right of the record.
Click to read additional instructions for printing.

Click here to view instructions for importing your W-2 records via CSV.

Click here to view instructions for exporting your W-2 records to CSV.

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W-3 Information

W-3 Entry

View Demo

The W-3 will automatically summarize the W-2s entered.

To print your W-3 summary record, select the desired W-2 entries using the checkboxes to the left of each record.

Click the W-3 for Selected button.

W-3 Record Select

Once you click the W-3 for Selected button you will see the Print menu.

W-3 Print Options

Click here to view additional instructions for printing.

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W-2c and W-3c Information

W-2c Entry

To enter your first W-2c record, click W-2c in the menu bar, then click the Add W-2c button.

W-2c Screen

Select the W-2 to correct from the dropdown.

W-2c Screen

Click Edit to provide updated W-2 data in the fields provided and be sure to save your entry.

Edit W-2 Screen

Click the ? button to the right of each field for additional information on what data is required for each field.

Tooltip W-2c Screen

Click the OK button to return to the main menu. The W-2c record will now show up in the table.

W-2c Record in table

To add additional records, click the Add W-2c button again.

To edit an existing record, click the Edit link to the right of the record.

To delete an existing record, click the Delete link to the right of the record.

To edit the Payer Information for an existing record, click the W2C Payer Info link to the right of the record.

To print an existing record, click the Print link to the right of the record.
Click to read additional instructions for printing.

W-3c Entry

To print a W-3c record, select the box to the left of the record(s) you'd like to print, then click the W-3c for Selected button.

W-2c Screen

Once you click the W-3c for Selected button you will see the Print menu.

W-3 Print Options

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1098 Information

1098 Entry

To enter your first 1098 record, click the type of 1098 you wish to enter (1098 or 1098T) in the menu bar, then click the Add 1098 button.

1098 Screen

Enter the 1098 data in the fields provided, then click the Save button to save your entry.

Add 1098 Screen

Click the ? button to the right of each field for additional information on what data is required for each field.

Tooltip 1098 Screen

Click the Return to 1098s button to return to the main menu, or click Add another 1098 for this Recipient.

1098 Record Added

The 1098 record will now show up in the table.

1098 Record in table

To add additional records, click the Add 1098 button again.

To edit an existing record, click the Edit link to the right of the record.

To delete an existing record, click the Delete link to the right of the record.

To print an existing record, click the Print link to the right of the record.
Click to read additional instructions for printing.

Click here to view instructions for importing your 1098 records via CSV.

Click here to view instructions for exporting your 1098 records to CSV.

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1099 Information

1099 Entry

View Demo

To enter your first 1099 record, click the type of 1099 you wish to enter (1099-MISC, 1099-INT, etc.) in the menu bar, then click the Add 1099 button.

1099 Screen

Enter the 1099 data in the fields provided, then click the Proceed button to save your entry.

Add 1099 Screen

Click the ? button to the right of each field for additional information on what data is required for each field.

Tooltip 1099 Screen

Click the Return to 1099-INTs button to return to the main menu or click Add another 1099 for this Payer.

1099 Record Added

The 1099 record will now show up in the table.

1099 Record in table

To add additional records, click the Add 1099 button again.

To edit an existing record, click the Edit link to the right of the record.

To delete an existing record, click the Delete link to the right of the record.

To print an existing record, click the Print link to the right of the record.

Click to read additional instructions for printing.

Click here to view instructions for importing your 1099 records via CSV.

Click here to view instructions for exporting your 1099 records to CSV.

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1096 Information

1096 Entry

View Demo

The 1096 will automatically summarize the 1099 or 1098 forms entered.

To print your 1096 summary record, select the desired 1099/1098 entries using the checkboxes to the left of each record.

Click the 1096 for Selected button at the bottom of the records table.

1096 Record Select

Once you click the 1096 for Selected button you will see the Print menu.

Click here to view additional instructions for printing.

1096 Print Options

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Summary Report

Generate a Summary Report

View Demo

To choose records for a Summary Report, click Select All, or check/uncheck individual records as desired.

Select Records for Summary Report

Click the Summary Report for Selected button. The screen will show a list of the records chosen. If this is correct, click Proceed.

Proceed with Summary Report

The Summary Report will appear in a new tab for you to view, print, or save as PDF.

Proceed with Summary Report

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Printing

To print a single form, simply click the Print link to the right of the record.

Print Single Record

To print multiple records at the same time, check the box next to each record you'd like to include, then click the Print Selected button at the bottom of the records table.

Print Selected

Clicking the Print link or Print Selected link will take you to the Print menu.

The top section will list the records to be printed.

Click the Print with Form button to print onto blank paper, or click the Print onto Pre-Printed IRS Form to print onto forms you've loaded into your printer.

Print Menu

If you clicked Print with Form the record data will be displayed along with the form. When the form displays, simply print from your browser onto blank paper as you would any other document.

Print Onto Blank Paper

If you clicked Print onto Pre-Printed IRS Form you will see just the data from the record. You will print from your browser after you've loaded the pre-printed IRS form into your printer.

TIP: If you're using pre-printed IRS forms, confirm your printer settings and alignment with a blank piece of paper first so that you do not waste the pre-printed forms. See the step below for adjusting alignment.

Print Onto IRS Forms

You can move the data right, left, up, or down using the adjustment indicators on the Print Menu as shown below.

Simply enter a number in the hundredths box and select right/left or up/down from the dropdown options, then proceed to either Print with Form or Print onto Pre-Printed IRS Form as usual.

Print Adjustments

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Help For Printing Issues

Watch the video below for helpful tips on printing in Firefox (recommended), Chrome, or Internet Explorer.


WarningIf your PDF viewer gives you an option such as "fit to page" or "page scaling" you should NOT select this option. Improper scaling is the cause of the majority of alignment issues.

If you are experiencing issues with print alignment - specifically, the top form appears to print too low on the page while the bottom form appears to print too high - your printer options might be set to "fit to page". Unchecking this box should allow the forms to print without artificial margins and align much easier.

If you're using pre-printed IRS forms, confirm your printer settings and alignment with a blank piece of paper first so that you do not waste the pre-printed forms.

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Printing Best Practices By Browser

Click on a tab below to see helpful tips for Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Firefox browsers, best practice recommendations for Adobe Acrobat Reader, and tips for adjusting printer preferences.

Chrome

If you are using Google Chrome to print your forms, click the "More Settings" option and make sure the "Fit to Page" and "Two-sided" options are unchecked before printing and that your scale is set exactly to "100". If the alignment is slightly off, you can make adjustments by following these steps.

Chrome Scaling

Internet Explorer

If you are using Internet Explorer to print your forms, select "Actual Size" from the radio buttons provided. If the alignment is slightly off, you can make adjustments by following these steps.

IE set to Actual Size

Firefox

If you are using Firefox to print your forms, set the Scale to "100%" from the provided dropdown options. If the alignment is slightly off, you can make adjustments by following these steps.

Firefox: set scale to 100

Adobe Acrobat Reader

If you have saved your forms as PDF files and are opening them with Adobe Acrobat Reader, make sure the "Page Scaling" option is set to "none".

Acrobat Scaling

Printer Preferences

If you have followed the steps above but are still having issues, the cause could be the settings from your personal printer.

Typically you can find an option for "scaling" or "fit to page" in your printer's system dialog, such as under Printer Properties, Preferences or Advanced settings.

For example, in the image below, you can see the additional scaling settings in a Brother printer. In this instance, the Scaling should be set to "Off."

Example Printer Settings - set scaling to Off

TIP: If you're using pre-printed IRS forms, confirm your printer settings and alignment with a blank piece of paper first so that you do not waste the pre-printed forms. See above on how to adjust alignment.

Need additional help? Contact Technical Support.

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Import Data from CSV

How to Import Data

View Demo

To import your data, first click the form from the Menu Bar that you wish to import data into. Then click the Download CSV Template button.

Download CSV Import Template

The CSV Import Template will download to your computer. If the download does not start, check to ensure your browser is configured to allow pop-ups and file downloads.

CSV Import Template

Add the data to the respective fields in the CSV template and save as a .CSV file. Click the Import button.

Upload CSV File

Choose the .CSV file that contains your data. Use the radio buttons to select whether you'd like to import Financial Data, then click the Proceed button.

Choose File to Import

You will get a notification indicating the number of records imported.

Record Imported

You can now view, edit, or delete the imported records.

View Imported Record

Best Practices for a Successful Data Import

  • Tip: To make the import fields easier to understand, we recommend entering a single record manually first then exporting the data so that you can see what the field contents should look like.

  • Do not use commas in an individual field as that will cause data import issues with the comma separated value (CSV) format.

Note: You can also click the CSV Import link in the upper right-hand corner to go to the CSV Import screen rather than accessing via each individual form menu. Here you can choose each file to import.

Import CSV Files

Tip: Some users find it easier to work with .csv files in Apache OpenOffice. Apache OpenOffice is an open-source software suite that can be downloaded and used free of charge. While we do not provide support for Apache OpenOffice, we have included links to the site should you wish to download the software, as well as links to the Apache OpenOffice Support site.

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Export Data to CSV

View Demo

To export data to a CSV file, select the desired entries using the checkboxes to the left of each record, then click the Export Selected button at the bottom of the records table.

Export Data to CSV

Your CSV file will download. If your CSV file does not download, ensure that you have turned off pop-up blocking settings in your browser.

Exported CSV

Tip: Some users find it easier to work with .csv files in Apache OpenOffice. Apache OpenOffice is an open-source software suite that can be downloaded and used free of charge. While we do not provide support for Apache OpenOffice, we have included links to the site should you wish to download the software, as well as links to the Apache OpenOffice Support site.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Please see below for answers to frequently asked questions. Need additional assistance? Please contact the IRS for forms-related questions or contact Technical Support for help navigating Tax Forms Helper®.

Question: How do I enter a record?
Answer:    Click the form you'd like to enter from the menu bar, enter data in the fields provided, and click Proceed to save your changes. See form-specific instructions for entering an Employer/Payer, W-2, 1098, or 1099.

Question: How do I change a record I've already entered?
Answer:    To edit a record you've previously created or to add additional information, click the Edit link to the right of the record. Make your changes in the fields provided and then click Proceed to save them.

Question: How do I delete a record?
Answer:    To delete a record you've previously created, click the Delete link to the right of the record. You'll be asked to confirm that you do want to delete the record. If you wish to continue, click Proceed. If you selected the wrong record / do not wish to delete, click Cancel.

Question: How do I print?
Answer:    Click the Print link to the right of the record you'd like to print. Click here to view additional printing instructions.

Question: Can I print multiple records?
Answer:    Yes, to print multiple records, check the box to select each record you'd like to print, then click the Print Selected link at the bottom of the records table. Click here to view additional printing instructions.

Question: How do I export my data?
Answer:    Check the box next to the record(s) you'd like to export, then click the Export Selected link at the bottom of the records table. Your CSV file will download. If your CSV file does not download, ensure that you have turned off pop-up blocking settings in your browser.

Question: Can I import data so that I don't have to type it?
Answer:    Yes, you can import your records from a CSV file. Click here to view import instructions.

Question: Where do I file my forms?
Answer:    Click here to view where to file your forms.

Question: How do I contact Technical Support?
Answer:    If you need additional assistance navigating Tax Forms Helper®, click here to contact Technical Support. If you have questions related to forms or IRS regulations, click here to contact the IRS.

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Contact the IRS

Information reporting call center: the IRS operates a centralized call center to answer questions about reporting on Forms W-2, W-3, 1099, 1096 and other information for returns. If you have questions about reporting on these forms, call 1-866-455-7438.

If you have questions about filing of W-2 Forms, contact the Social Security Administration (SSA)
1-800-772-6270 or at https://www.ssa.gov/employer/.

Visit the IRS's website at www.irs.gov to get forms and instructions, publications, IRS press releases and fact sheets.

To order publications and instructions from the IRS call 1-800-TAX-FORM (1-800-829-3676) 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

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Technical Support

Contact Tax Forms Helper® Technical Support

If you need assistance navigating Tax Forms Helper® you can reach Technical Support at 877-860-4648 Monday through Friday 8 AM - 5 PM EST. For faster service, email your inquiry to gttechsupport@lsccom.com.

Please note that as tax deadlines approach, the support hotline may experience heavier than normal volume.

Legal Information

This program does not claim to offer legal advice for completing the required forms. The responsibility to comply with federal regulations rests on the filer and not the developer or support staff. Under no circumstances should you rely on this program as your legal advisor. Although the information provided has been researched carefully, the developer cannot guarantee its accuracy because regulations are constantly changing.

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How and Where to File with the IRS

How and Where to File 1098

You must send Copies A of all paper Forms 1097, 1098, 1099, 3921, 3922, 5498, and W-2G to the IRS with Form 1096, Annual Summary and Transmittal of U.S. Information Returns. Instructions for completing Form 1096 are contained on Form 1096.

Please see General Instructions for Certain Information Returns for additional information.

Required Format

Because paper forms are scanned, all Forms 1096 and Copies A of Forms 1097, 1098, 1099, 3921, 3922, and 5498 must be prepared in accordance with the following instructions. If these instructions are not followed, you may be subject to a financial penalty for each incorrectly filed document.

  1. Do not cut or separate Copies A of the forms that are printed two or three to a sheet (except Form W-2G). Generally, Forms 1097, 1098, 1099, 3921, 3922, and 5498 are printed two or three to an 8 x 11 inch sheet. Form 1096 is printed one to an 8 x 11 inch sheet. These forms must be submitted to the IRS on the 8 x 11 inch sheet. If at least one form on the page is correctly completed, you must submit the entire page. Forms W-2G may be separated and submitted as single forms. Send the forms to the IRS in a flat mailing (not folded).

  2. No photocopies of any forms are acceptable.

  3. Do not staple, tear, or tape any of these forms. It will interfere with the IRS's ability to scan the documents.

  4. Pin feed holes on the form are not acceptable. Pinfeed strips outside the 8 x 11 inch area must be removed before submission, without tearing or ripping the form. Substitute forms prepared in continuous or strip form must be burst and stripped to conform to the size specified for a single sheet (8 x 11 inches) before they are filed with the IRS.

  5. Do not Do not use a form to report information that is not properly reportable on that form. If you are unsure of where to report the data, call the information reporting customer service site at 1-866-455-7438 (toll free).

  6. Report information only in the appropriate boxes provided on the forms. Make only one entry in each box unless otherwise indicated in the form's specific instructions.

  7. Do not submit any copy other than Copy A to the IRS.

  8. Do not use prior year forms unless you are reporting prior year information; do not use subsequent year forms for the current year. Because forms are scanned, you must use the current year form to report current year information.

  9. Use the official forms or substitute forms that meet the specifications in Pub. 1179. If you submit substitute forms that do not meet the current specifications and that are not scannable, you may be subject to a penalty for each return for improper format.

  10. Do not use dollar signs ($) (they are pre-printed on the forms), ampersands (&), asterisks (*), commas (,), or other special characters in money amount boxes.

  11. Do not use apostrophes ('), asterisks (*), or other special characters on the payee name line.

When to File

File Forms 1097, 1098, 1099, 3921, 3922, or W-2G on paper by February 28, 2020, or March 31, 2020, if filing electronically Form 1096 must accompany all paper submissions.

Important: File Form 1099-MISC on paper or electronically by January 31, 2020, if you are reporting nonemployee compensation in box 7.

Where to File

Send all information returns filed on paper to the following:

If your principal business, office or agency, or legal residence in the case of an individual, is located in: Use the following address:
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Vermont, Virginia Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service Center
Austin, TX 73301
Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service Center
P.O. Box 219256
Kansas City, MO 64121-9256
California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Louisiana, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, West Virginia Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service Center
Ogden, UT 84201

If your legal residence or principal place of business or principal office or agency is outside the United States, file with the Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service Center, Austin, TX 73301.

How and Where to File W-2 and W-3 forms with the SSA

You must send Copies A of all paper W-2 Forms to the SSA with Form W-3. Instructions for completing Form W-3 are contained on Form W-3.

Please see General Instructions for Forms W-2 and W-3 for additional information.

When to File

File Form W-3 with Form W-2 by January 31, 2020.

Where to File

File Copy A of Form W-2 with Form W-3 at the following address.

Social Security Administration
Direct Operations Center
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18769-0001

How and Where to File 1099 and 1096 forms with the IRS

Please see General Instructions for Certain Information Returns for additional information.

You must send Copies A of all paper Forms 1097, 1098, 1099, 3921, 3922, 5498, and W-2G to the IRS with Form 1096, Annual Summary and Transmittal of U.S. Information Returns. Instructions for completing Form 1096 are contained on Form 1096.

Required Format

Because paper forms are scanned, all Forms 1096 and Copies A of Forms 1097, 1098, 1099, 3921, 3922, and 5498 must be prepared in accordance with the following instructions. If these instructions are not followed, you may be subject to a financial penalty for each incorrectly filed document.

  1. Do not cut or separate Copies A of the forms that are printed two or three to a sheet (except Form W-2G). Generally, Forms 1097, 1098, 1099, 3921, 3922, and 5498 are printed two or three to an 8 x 11 inch sheet. Form 1096 is printed one to an 8 x 11 inch sheet. These forms must be submitted to the IRS on the 8 x 11 inch sheet. If at least one form on the page is correctly completed, you must submit the entire page. Forms W-2G may be separated and submitted as single forms. Send the forms to the IRS in a flat mailing (not folded).

  2. No photocopies of any forms are acceptable.

  3. Do not staple, tear, or tape any of these forms. It will interfere with the IRS's ability to scan the documents.

  4. Pin feed holes on the form are not acceptable. Pinfeed strips outside the 8 x 11 inch area must be removed before submission, without tearing or ripping the form. Substitute forms prepared in continuous or strip form must be burst and stripped to conform to the size specified for a single sheet (8 x 11 inches) before they are filed with the IRS.

  5. Do not Do not use a form to report information that is not properly reportable on that form. If you are unsure of where to report the data, call the information reporting customer service site at 1-866-455-7438 (toll free).

  6. Report information only in the appropriate boxes provided on the forms. Make only one entry in each box unless otherwise indicated in the form's specific instructions.

  7. Do not submit any copy other than Copy A to the IRS.

  8. Do not use prior year forms unless you are reporting prior year information; do not use subsequent year forms for the current year. Because forms are scanned, you must use the current year form to report current year information.

  9. Use the official forms or substitute forms that meet the specifications in Pub. 1179. If you submit substitute forms that do not meet the current specifications and that are not scannable, you may be subject to a penalty for each return for improper format.

  10. Do not use dollar signs ($) (they are pre-printed on the forms), ampersands (&), asterisks (*), commas (,), or other special characters in money amount boxes.

  11. Do not use apostrophes ('), asterisks (*), or other special characters on the payee name line.

When to File

File Forms 1097, 1098, 1099, 3921, 3922, or W-2G on paper by February 28, 2020, or March 31, 2020, if filing electronically Form 1096 must accompany all paper submissions.

Important: File Form 1099-MISC on paper or electronically by January 31, 2020, if you are reporting nonemployee compensation in box 7.

Where to File

Send all information returns filed on paper to the following:

If your principal business, office or agency, or legal residence in the case of an individual, is located in: Use the following address:
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Vermont, Virginia Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service Center
Austin, TX 73301
Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service Center
P.O. Box 219256
Kansas City, MO 64121-9256
California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Louisiana, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, West Virginia Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service Center
Ogden, UT 84201

If your legal residence or principal place of business or principal office or agency is outside the United States, file with the Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service Center, Austin, TX 73301.

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Important E-File Deadline Information

E-File

The date to file 1099-MISCs with Box 7 income and W-2s on time is January 31, 2020. In order for us to e-file your returns on time you must purchase federal e-filing before 7 p.m. and state e-filing before 3 p.m. Eastern Time on January 31, 2020.

Print & Mail

The date to post mark all 1099-MISCs and W-2s on time is January 31, 2020. In order for us to postmark your returns on time you must purchase Print & Mail before 7 p.m. Eastern Time on January 30, 2020.

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How to File Electronically

2019 E-File service to SSA will start the week of 12/16/19.
2019 E-File service to IRS & select states will start 1/13/20.
Please note, E-File and Print & Mail services have additional charges.

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