Alabama State 1099 Tax Filing

Does Alabama require state 1099 tax filing?

Yes, Alabama requires all 1099 forms to be filed with the Alabama Department of Revenue.

Which forms does Alabama require?

Alabama requires all forms 1099 with AL withholding to be submitted, which may include:

1099-A1099-G1099-MISC1099-QA
1099-B1099-INT1099-NEC1099-R
1099-C1099-K1099-OID1099-S
1099-CAP1099-LS1099-PATR1099-SA
1099-DIV1099-LTC1099-Q1099-SB

In addition to Forms 1099, Alabama requires Form A-3State of Alabama Annual Reconciliation of Alabama Income Tax Withheld, to be filed.

How must Forms 1099 be filed with Alabama?

Alabama accepts paper filing and electronic filing. However, employers submitting 25 or more Forms 1099 are required to file electronically.

Does Alabama participate in Combined Federal/State Filing?

Yes, Alabama participates in Combined Federal/State Filing. If you utilize CF/SF when filing your 1099s, the IRS will forward the information to the Alabama Department of Revenue and you will not have to do so yourself.

However, if state withholding is reported, then you must file these forms along with the associated Form A-3 directly with the Alabama Department of Revenue through their My Alabama Taxes portal.

What are the Due Dates for Alabama 1099 Reporting?

Alabama has two different deadlines for 1099 reporting. These are based on tax withheld. Forms 1099 and A-3 are due by:

  • Taxes withheld: January 31
  • No taxes withheld: March 15

What are the 1099 penalties for Alabama?

The delinquent, or late-filing, penalty for Alabama is equal to 10% of the tax due or $50, whichever is greater. The $50 penalty applies, even if there is no tax due.

What is the responsible state agency?

Alabama Department of Revenue
50 N. Ripley Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334) 242-1170

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