State W-2 Reporting Requirements – 2018

In addition to submitting your W-2 reporting to the Social Security Administration, you need to be aware of your state or locality’s W-2 reporting requirements. State W-2 reporting requirements vary by state. Select your state below to view more information about their W-2 reporting requirements.

STATESTATE ABBREVIATIONREQUIRE
W-2?
FILING DUE DATE
AlabamaALYesJanuary 31
AlaskaAKNoNone
ArizonaAZYesJanuary 31
ArkansasARYesJanuary 31
CaliforniaCANoNone
ColoradoCOYesJanuary 31
ConnecticutCTYesJanuary 31
DelawareDEYesJanuary 31
District of ColumbiaDCYesJanuary 31
FloridaFLNoNone
GeorgiaGAYesJanuary 31
HawaiiHIYesFebruary 28
IdahoIDYesJanuary 31
IllinoisILYesJanuary 31
IndianaINYesJanuary 31
IowaIAYesJanuary 31
KansasKSYesJanuary 31
KentuckyKYYesJanuary 31
LouisianaLAYesJanuary 31
MaineMEYesJanuary 31
MarylandMDYesJanuary 31
MassachusettsMAYesJanuary 31
MichiganMIYesFebruary 28
MinnesotaMNYesJanuary 31
MississippiMSYesJanuary 31
MissouriMOYesJanuary 31
MontanaMTYesJanuary 31
NebraskaNEYesJanuary 31
NevadaNVNoNone
New HampshireNHNoNone
New JerseyNJYesFebruary 28
New MexicoNMYesFebruary 28
New YorkNYNoNone
North CarolinaNCYesJanuary 31
North DakotaNDYesJanuary 31
OhioOHYesJanuary 31
OklahomaOKYesFebruary 28
OregonORYesJanuary 31
PennsylvaniaPAYesJanuary 31
Rhode IslandRIYesJanuary 31
South CarolinaSCYesJanuary 31
South DakotaSDNoNone
TennesseeTNNoNone
TexasTXNoNone
UtahUTYesJanuary 31
VermontVTYesJanuary 31
VirginiaVAYesJanuary 31
WashingtonWANoNone
West VirginiaWVYesFebruary 28
WisconsinWIYesJanuary 31
WyomingWYNoNone

 

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