Yes. The Kentucky Department of Revenue requires online W2 filing even if there is no state withholding.
Yes. You need to file Form K-3 as part of your W2 filing.
Form K-3 is an annual reconciliation used to report wages and taxes withheld from employees’ paychecks.
The filing due date for both the Form W-2 & K-3 is the last day of January.
The state of Kentucky accepts both e-filing and paper filing.
No. TaxBandits only supports W2 filing to the State of Kentucky. You need to take care of Filing Form K-3 to the State.
Late filing penalties in the state of Kentucky are based on the amount of tax liability and the amount of tax paid late. The minimum amount of each penalty is $10 and the percentage of each penalty will not exceed 20 percent. Also, you will be also penalized, for filing the Federal Form W-2 late. Learn more about the late Form W2 filing penalties by visiting https://www.taxbandits.com/w2-forms/form-w2-penalty/.