Yes. The Colorado Department of Revenue requires the filing of 1099 forms directly with the state.
Yes, but you need to file 1099 directly with the State Department of Revenue.
You must file the required 1099 forms even if there is no state tax withholding.
Yes. You need to file a transmittal form DR 1106 along with Form 1099.
The due dates for filing the Form 1099 and DR 1106 is on the last day of January.
All employers must submit a copy of their State 1099 and DR 1106 Reconciliation Forms electronically if you have a balance due or overpayment.
You will be penalized a minimum of $5 for filing Form 1099 & Form DR 1106 late with the Colorado Department of Revenue. To avoid late filing penalties, file your return by the original deadline. Learn more about Form W-2 penalties in detail by visiting https://www.taxbandits.com/w2-forms/form-w2-penalty/.
If you are paper filing your Form W-2 and 1099s to the Colorado Department of Revenue, you can send paper copies to: