Nebraska Form 1099 & W-3N Filing Requirements

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Nebraska State Filing

Nebraska Requires

  • Form 1099 (1099-MISC, 1099-R)
  • Form W-3N - Nebraska Reconciliation of Income Tax Withheld
  • Deadline to File Form 1099 with Nebraska - January 31
  • Deadline to File Form W-3N with Nebraska - January 31

TaxBandits supports the filing of Form 1099 with both the Federal and 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 does Nebraska require?

A. Nebraska requires the filing of the following 1099 forms only if there is a state tax withholding.

Q. Does Nebraska have any additional requirements when you file 1099 forms?

A. Yes. The state of Nebraska requires additional form to file along with Form 1099.
Nebraska has an additional requirement of Form W-3N (Nebraska Reconciliation of Income Tax Withheld) to be filed only if there is a state tax withheld.

Q. What is Form W-3N?

A. Form W-3N is an Annual Reconciliation used to report the Wage Information and Income Tax Withheld Information.

Q. What is the due date to file 1099 with Nebraska?

A. The filing due date for both the Form 1099 & W-3N is January 31.

Q. What are the requirements to file 1099 electronically with Nebraska?

A. The State of Nebraska mandates filing electronically if you are submitting 50 or more 1099s.

Q. What are the penalties for not filing or filing 1099 late with Nebraska?

A. The State of Nebraska may impose a penalty of $2 per statement, not to exceed $2,000 for failure to file forms on or before the due date. Also for failure to e-file when filing more than 50 forms.

Q. Where do I mail Nebraska 1099 forms?

A. Mail your Form 1099s along with Form W-3N to the following address.

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