Does Utah require state 1099 tax filing?
Yes, Utah requires all 1099s reporting state income tax withholding to be filed with the Utah State Tax Commission.
Which forms does Utah require?
This may include the following forms:
In addition to Forms 1099, Utah requires Form TC-941E, Reconciliation of Utah Income Tax Withheld, to be filed.
How must Forms 1099 be filed with Utah?
Utah only accepts electronic filings for forms 1099.
Does Utah participate in Combined Federal/State Filing?
No, Utah does not participate in Combined Federal/State Filing. Contact the Utah State Tax Commission for further information regarding how to file with the state.
What are the deadlines for Utah 1099 Reporting?
Traditionally, the filing deadlines for Utah are as follows:
- Form TC-941E – January 31st
- Forms 1099 – January 31st
If these deadlines fall on a weekend or legal holiday, then the due date is typically the following business day.
What are the 1099 penalties for Utah?
The 1099 penalties for Utah are as follows:
- Late filing: The penalty for late filing depends upon how late the filing is submitted.
- 1-5 days late: Greater of $20 per form, or 2% of unpaid tax, fee, or charge.
- 6-15 days: Greater of $20 per form, or 5% of unpaid tax, fee, or charge.
- 16+ days: Greater of $20 per form, or 10% of unpaid tax, fee, or charge.
- Returns that are not filed electronically, but filed on paper, will also be subject to the late filing penalties.
- Penalties may apply if the return is filed by the due date, but paid late or underpaid.
- Other penalties may also apply.
- Interest is assessed from the due date until the tax is paid.
See the Utah Pub. 58, Interest and Penalties for more information.
What is the responsible state agency?
Utah State Tax Commission
210 N. 1950 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84134
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