Yes. The South Carolina Department of Revenue requires electronic submission of W-2 forms even if there was no state withholding.
Yes. You need to also file the WH-1606 when you are filing w2 forms.
Form WH-1606 is used for reporting both fourth quarter withholdings and annual reconciliation. WH-1606 is a recap of South Carolina state taxes withheld for all the quarters, as well as a report of the state tax due following the fourth-quarter state tax deposits. The amounts reported on the WH-1606 should match up with the taxes reported on W-2s, W-2Gs, and 1099s.
The filing date for both the Form W-2 & WH-1606 is the last day of January.
In the state of South Carolina, you can e file w2 forms, or you can paper-file.
The state of South Carolina mandates electronic filing when submitting 250 or more W-2 forms. E-filing is preferred in general, but if you are submitting fewer than 250 W-2s you may paper file.
Yes, TaxBandits supports the filing W2 forms and the Annual Reconciliation Form SC 1606.