GEORGIA 1099 REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

GEORGIA 1099 information We support the Form 1099 State Filing for Georgia as part of CF/SF program

Georgia requires 1099 Forms (MISC, INT, DIV, R) to be submitted to the state.

Form 1099-MISCForm 1099-INTForm 1099-DIVForm 1099-R

Due Dates:

1099-MISC forms with Non-Employee Compensation being reported must be submitted by January 31st. All other forms will need to be submitted by February 28th.

Transmittal Letter/Reconciliation Report:

Form G-1003 – Georgia requires the Annual Reconciliation Form to be submitted along with the 1099 filing.

What Is The User Responsible For?

The Annual Reconciliation Report will need to be submitted directly to Georgia by the user. Only non-wage statements reporting payments that did not have Georgia income tax withheld can be filed under the Combined Federal/State Filing Program. All statements containing Georgia income tax withholding must be reported directly to Georgia's Department of Revenue.

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