Arkansas 1099 Filing Requirements

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Arkansas 1099 Filing Requirements

  • The State of Arkansas mandates the filing of 1099 forms, including 1099-NEC, 1099-MISC, 1099-INT, 1099-DIV, 1099-R, 1099-B, 1099-G, 1099-K, 1099-OID, and W-2G.
  • The State of Arkansas also mandates the filing of Form AR3MAR, Employer’s Annual Reconciliation of Income Tax Withheld.

Deadline to file Form 1099 and ARMAR is

January 31, 2023.

TaxBandits supports the filing of Form 1099 with both the Federal and State of Arkansas.

Q. What are the state of Arkansas 1099 filing requirements?

A. All 1099 forms that you file with the IRS must be filed with the State of Arkansas.

  • If the reporting dollar threshold is $2500.00, provided there is no Arkansas income tax withheld.
  • If state income taxes are withheld, filing of 1099 is mandatory regardless of the threshold amount or current residence.

Q. What types of 1099 forms need to be filed with the State of Arkansas?

A. You must submit all the 1099 forms you file with the IRS to the State. The 1099 forms are listed below:

Q. What are the Arkansas 1099-NEC filing requirements?

A. Yes. The State of Arkansas requires Form 1099-NEC to be filed

  • If the dollar threshold exceeds $ 2500.00 even when no state taxes are withheld during the calendar year.
  • If state income taxes are withheld, Form 1099-NEC should be filed regardless of the threshold amount or current residence.

Q. What are the Arkansas 1099-MISC filing requirements?

A. The state of Arkansas mandates the filing of Form 1099-MISC if

  • The reporting dollar threshold exceeds $ 2500.00 even when no state taxes are withheld during the tax year.
  • If state taxes are withheld, Form 1099-MISC should be filed regardless of the threshold amount or current residence.

Q. What are the Arkansas 1099-G filing requirements?

A. The state of Arkansas is required to file Form 1099-G under the two conditions

  • If no state taxes are withheld: Form 1099-G should be filed with the state when the dollar threshold exceeds $ 2500.00.
  • If state taxes are withheld: Form 1099-G should be filed regardless of the threshold amount or current residence.

Q. What are the Arkansas 1099-K filing requirements?

A. Form 1099-K needs to file with the state of Arkansas if the following conditions are met

  • If the reporting dollar threshold exceeds $ 2500.00, providing no state taxes withheld during the year.
  • If state income taxes are withheld, Form 1099-K should be filed regardless of the threshold amount or current residence.

Q. What are the Arkansas 1099-B filing requirements?

A. The state of Arkansas mandates filing payers to file Form 1099-B

  • If the reporting dollar threshold is $2500.00, provided there is no Arkansas income tax withheld.
  • If state income taxes are withheld, filing Form 1099-B is mandatory regardless of the threshold amount or current residence.

Q. Does Arkansas require additional forms to be submitted when filing 1099 forms?

A. Yes, the State of Arkansas requires AR3MAR reconciliation forms when electronically filing Form 1099. When you paper file Form 1099, you must attach a copy of Form 1096.

Q. When is Arkansas 1099 due?

A. The deadline to file 1099 with Arkansas is January 31. If you fail to file on time, the State Department will impose penalties.

Note:If the due date falls on a weekend or federal holiday, the next day is the deadline.

Q. Can I e-file 1099 forms with Arkansas?

A. Yes! You can e-file 1099 forms with the State of Arkansas. E-filing is the best option for hassle-free filing. If you prefer e-filing, TaxBandits is here to help you with that. We support all 1099s with the State of Arkansas. Also, we distribute 1099 form copies to payees via postal mail if needed.

Q. What are the penalties for late filing of 1099 with Arkansas?

A. Failure to file 1099 or pay taxes on time with the State of Arkansas and not furnishing payee copies will result in penalties.

  • Penalties for filing 1099 late
    • If you do not file the 1099 on or before the due date, the State will charge $25 as a penalty.
  • Penalties for not paying the state withholding tax
    • 5% percent of the unpaid tax amount will be charged as a penalty. Additionally, you will be charged 5% of your taxes each month you delay paying taxes from the original due date.
  • Interest for not paying taxes
    • Interest will be applied for failure to pay state withholding tax even if you have filed your 1099s on time. It will be calculated at the rate of 10% per annum from the original due date.
  • Penalties for failure to furnish 1099 copies to payees
    • You will be fined a penalty ranging from $25 to $250.
    • Or, you could be imprisoned for 10-90 days.
    • In some cases, you could be subject to both.

Make sure you file 1099s on time and distribute copies to the payees to avoid unnecessary penalties.

Learn more about Form 1099 Penalties.

Q. Where do I mail 1099 forms when filing with the State of Arkansas?

A. If you want to file paper copies of 1099, you must attach a copy of 1096 and send it to the State of Arkansas. Remember, e-filing is the most convenient way to file your tax returns with the IRS and state. When you e-file, you can easily track your returns from anywhere.

If you still want to file 1099 forms by paper, send the forms with a copy of 1096 to the following mailing address:

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