State Filings for Form W-2

State Filings for Form W-2

Your W-2 year-end reporting has an important component: filing with the state. Most states have their own reconciliation forms similar to the W-3 form for federal filing. These states also mandate the reconciliation form along with the state filing.

W-2 State Filing Transmittal/Reconciliation Form Submission Requirements

Some states mandate Transmittal/Reconciliation forms along with the specific state filings while in other states this is not mandatory. View the table below to check the Transmittal/Reconciliation form requirement for your state along with due dates for other forms.

W-2 State Filings Summary

Alabama

January 31

Alaska

None

Arizona

January 31

Arkansas

February 28

Colorado

January 31

Connecticut

January 31

Delaware

January 31

Georgia

January 31

Hawaii

February 28

Idaho

January 31

Illinois

February 15

Indiana

January 31

Iowa

January 31

Kansas

February 28

Kentucky

January 31

Louisiana

January 31

Maine

January 31

Maryland

January 31

Massachusetts

January 31

Michigan

February 28

Minnesota

January 31

Mississippi

January 31

Missouri

February 28

Montana

February 28

Nebraska

January 31

Nevada

None

New Jersey

February 28

New Mexico

February 28

North Carolina

January 31

North Dakota

March 31

Ohio

January 31

Oklahoma

February 28

Oregon

January 31

Pennsylvania

January 31

Rhode Island

January 31

South Carolina

January 31

Texas

None

Utah

January 31

Vermont

January 31

Virginia

January 31

West Virginia

February 28

Wisconsin

January 31

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