Vermont Form W-2 & WHT-434 Filing Requirements

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Vermont State Filing

Vermont Requires

  • Form W-2 - Wage and Tax Statements
  • Form WHT-434 - Annual Withholding Reconciliation
  • Deadline to File Form W-2 with Vermont - January 31, 2020
  • Deadline to File Form WHT-434 with Vermont - January 31, 2020

TaxBandits supports the filing of Form W-2 with both the Federal and State of Vermont. Also, TaxBandits supports the filing of reconciliation Form WHT-434.

Q. Does Vermont mandate W2 filing?

A. Yes, the Vermont Department of Taxes mandates the filing of the W2 Forms only if there is a state tax withholding.

Q. Does Vermont have any additional requirements when you file W2 forms?

A. Yes. The State of Vermont requires additional forms to file along with Form W2.
Vermont also has an additional Form WHT-434 (Annual Reconciliation) to be sent if there is a state tax withheld to filed along with Form W2.

Q. What is Form WHT-434?

A. Form WHT-434 is an Annual Withholding Reconciliation used to report the total wages, income taxes withheld from employees.

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

A. The filing due date for both Form W2 and Form WHT-434 with the State of Vermont is January 31.

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

A. The State of Vermont suggests filing electronically if you are submitting 25 or more W2s.

Q. What are the penalties for not filing or filing W2 late with Vermont?

A. The penalty for failing to file a tax return is 5% per each month that the return remains unfiled. Returns filed more than 60 days after the original due date are assessed a $50 late filing penalty, even if no tax is owed unless an extension has been filed. The maximum civil penalty is 25% of the unpaid tax due.

Q. Where do I mail Vermont W2 forms?

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