Yes. The Colorado Department of Revenue requires you to file your W2 form even if there was no state withholding.
Yes. You need to file the Transmittal Form DR 1093 as well.
Form DR 1093 is a Transmittal of Wage and Tax Statements used to report the total wages and taxes for all employees.
The filing due date for both Form W2 & DR 1093 is the last day of January.
All employers must submit a copy of their state W2 and DR 1093 Reconciliation Forms electronically if you have a balance due or overpayment.
Sadly, no, TaxBandits does not support the filing of Form DR 1093 for the state of Colorado, but we do support the Colorado W2.
You will be penalized for filing Form W-2 & Form DR 1093 late with the Colorado Department of Revenue. The minimum penalty for filing late is $5. 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/.