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Nebraska State Filing
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Nebraska Form 1099 Filing Deadline is
January 31, 2021
The Nebraska Form W-3N filing deadline is
January 31, 2021
TaxBandits supports the filing of Form 1099 with the IRS and the State of Nebraska.
Q. Does Nebraska mandate 1099 filing?
A. Yes, the Nebraska Department of Revenue mandates the filing of the 1099 Forms only if there is a
state tax withholding.
Q. What types of 1099 forms need to be filed with the State of Nebraska?
A. Nebraska requires the filing of the following 1099 forms if they reflect state tax withholdings.
Q. Does Nebraska require any additional forms to be submitted when filing 1099 forms?
A. Yes. The State of Nebraska requires additional forms to be filed with Form 1099.
Paper filing - If you paper file 1099, you must submit both W-3N and 1096.
E-filing - If you e-file 1099s, you are required to submit only W-3N.
Q. What is the deadline to file 1099 with Nebraska?
A. The filing deadline for Form 1099 is January 31.
Note: If the due date falls on a weekend or federal holiday, the next weekday business days is the deadline.
Q. Can I e-file 1099 forms with Nebraska?
A. Yes, you can e-file 1099s with Nebraska. E-filing is mandatory if more than 50 forms are being filed. If you prefer e-filing 1099s, TaxBandits is here to make it simple for you. Just sign up with TaxBandits to e-file your
1099s with ease.
Q. What are the 1099 penalties for Nebraska?
A. The Nebraska Department of Revenue may penalize for the following:
- Not filing 1099s on time
- Paying the withheld taxes late
- Failure to e-file forms when you are required to
Not filing 1099s on time - $2 per statement, but will not exceed $2000
Paying the withheld taxes late - 5% of your taxes + interest
Failure to e-file forms when you were required to - $2 per statement, not exceeding $2000
Q. Where do I mail 1099 forms when filing with the State of Nebraska?
A. You are only allowed to mail in paper forms if you are submitting 50 or less. If your form volume exceeds 50, you must e-file them. Failure to do so will result in penalties.
Additionally, e-filing is the most convenient way to submit 1099s regardless of the form volume. TaxBandits can assist you with e-filing your 1099 forms.
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If you still decide to paper file 1099, make sure to attach 1096 & W-3N and send it to the address below:
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