Connecticut Form W-2 & CT-W3 Filing Requirements

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Connecticut State Filing

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Connecticut State Filing Requirements

  • Form W-2 - Wage and Tax Statements
  • Form CT-W3 - Connecticut Annual Reconciliation of Withholding
January 31, 2021

Deadline to File Form W-2 with Connecticut -January 31, 2021

January 31, 2021

Deadline to File Form CT-W3 with Connecticut -January 31, 2021

TaxBandits supports the filing of Form W-2 with both the Federal and State of Connecticut. Also, TaxBandits supports the filing of reconciliation Form CT-W3.

Q. Does Connecticut mandate W2 filing?

A. Yes. The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services requires W2 filing even if there is no state withholding.

Q. Does Connecticut have any additional requirements when filing W2 Forms?

A. Yes. The state of Connecticut requires additional forms to file along with Form W-2.
Connecticut has an additional Form CT-W3 (Annual Reconciliation) to be sent even if there is no state withholding.

Q. What is Form CT-W3?

A. Form CT-W3 is an Annual Reconciliation form used to report the wages, and taxes withheld from the employees paychecks

Q. What is the due date to file W2 with Connecticut?

A. The due date to file Form W-2 and Form CT-W3 with Connecticut is January 31.

Q. What are the requirements to file W2 electronically with Connecticut?

A. The State of Connecticut mandates filing electronically if you are submitting 25 or more W2s. However, if you have paid your taxes electronically during the year, you are required to file W2 electronically.

Q. What are the penalties for not filing or filing W-2 late with Connecticut?

A. The penalty for late filing is $50 and $5 will be imposed for each w2 is not filed on time with the state of Connecticut.

Q. Where do I mail Connecticut W2 forms?


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