South Carolina State Filing
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South Carolina State W-2 Filing Requirements
- The Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement should be filed with South Carolina.
- South Carolina also mandates the filing of Form WH-1606, SC Withholding Fourth Quarter And Annual Reconciliation Return.
Deadline to file Form W-2 and
Form WH-1606 is
TaxBandits is here to help you with the Federal and State filing of Form W-2.
Q. Does South Carolina require W-2 filing for 2022?
A. Yes, South Carolina requires the filing of W-2 if you have withheld state taxes.
Q. Does South Carolina require any additional forms to be submitted while filing W-2?
A. Yes! When you file W-2 with South Carolina, you must attach the transmittal and reconciliation forms based on the mode of filing.
Paper filing: If you paper file W-2, you must submit WH-1606 and W-3.
E-Filing: When you e-file W-2, you are required to submit only WH-1606.
TaxBandits supports the e-filing of W-2 with South Carolina.
Note: After e-filing W-2 using TaxBandits, you should take care of filing the WH-1606.
Q. What is the deadline to file W-2 with South Carolina?
A. The deadline to file Form W-2 with the South Carolina Department of Revenue is January 31, 2023.
Note: If the due date falls on a weekend or federal holiday, the next weekday is the deadline.
Q. Can I electronically file W-2 with South Carolina?
A. Yes, you can electronically file W-2 with South Carolina. The state mandates e-filing if you
file more than 250 forms.
With TaxBandits, you can e-file W-2s in a few simple steps.
Q. What are the W-2 penalties for South Carolina?
A. You will be subject to penalties for the following by the South Carolina Department of Revenue:
- Late filing of W-2
- Paying the taxes late
Late filing of W-2
- 5% of the tax amount + additional 5% for each month your W-2 is late
Paying the taxes late
- 0.5% of the tax amount + additional 0.5% for each month your W-2 is late
Learn more about Form W-2 penalties.
Note:The penalty will not exceed 25% of your tax amount.
Q. Can I file the correction form W-2c with the State of South Carolina?
A. Yes, you can file W-2c to correct the errors you made on the previously filed W-2s. Remember, you must submit W-3c with the corrected W-2s. If you prefer e-filing your W-2c, TaxBandits is here to assist you.
Q. Where do I mail W-2 forms when filing with the State of South Carolina?
A. The South Carolina Department of Revenue accepts paper copies of W-2 only when you submit 250 or fewer forms. For more than 250 forms, you must e-file them. In fact, e-filing is a convenient way to submit W-2s regardless of the form volume.
If you still decide to paper file Form W-2, send the copies with the WH-1606 and W-3 to the address below:
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