I logged into this Intuit 1099 e-File Service, and after I paid the $14.99 fee, I am told that you don't file the state form!!!! What?

I am trying to e-file form 1099 MISC.  Now I see that you don't file the state portion.  What is the point if you don't file the state copy?   I have to do the whole process manually in duplicate!!! 

Also - many states automatically forward, including mine.  Do you do this?


Appreciate your time reaching out to us, ldnelso2,

Let me help share information on how 1099 e-filing works.

Using 1099 e-filing service, you can securely e-file with the IRS. Currently, the option to file 1099s with the state is unavailable.

There are some state that does not require you to file form 1099-MISC if your business is in:

  • Alaska (AK)
  • Florida (FL)
  • Iowa (IA)
  • Illinois (IL)
  • New Hampshire (NH)
  • Nevada (NV)
  • New York (NY)
  • South Dakota (SD)
  • Tennessee (TN)
  • Texas (TX)
  • Washington (WA)
  • Wyoming (WY)

For all other states, you can check with your state agency for filing requirements.

To know more on how 1099 works, you can check out these articles:

 You are always welcome to come back in if you have any other questions concerning 1099. I’d be happy to answer it for you.

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