District of Columbia 1099 Filing Requirements 2023 | e File DC 1099 & more forms.
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Filing Requirement

District Of Columbia State Requires the following Forms:

Form 1099-MISC

Miscellaneous Information

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Form 1099-NEC

Non-Employment Compensation

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Form 1099-K

Third party Transactions

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Form 1099-B

Broker & Barter Exchange

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Form 1099-R

Distributions from Pensions

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Form 1095-B

Affordable Care Act Health Coverage

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Form 1095-C

Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage

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Form W2

Wage and Tax Statements

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Deadline for District Of Columbia State Filing Taxes:

District Of Columbia Form 1099 Filing Deadline January 31, 2024
District Of Columbia Form W-2 Filing Deadline January 31, 2024
District of Columbia Form ACA Recipient Copy Distribution March 02, 2024
District of Columbia Form ACA Filing Deadline May 01, 2024

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District Of Columbia State Filing Scenario for the following Forms:

SCENARIO SCENARIO 1 SCENARIO 2 SCENARIO 3 SCENARIO 4
Form Name No District Of Columbia state taxes withheld, payments do not exceed federal threshold. No District Of Columbia state taxes withheld, payments made federal threshold. There were voluntary District Of Columbia state taxes withheld Mandatory Filing
1099-MISC No filing required Filing Method : CFSF - Filing Method : Electronic
Pricing : Free - Pricing : $0.99 per form
1099-NEC No filing required Filing Method : CFSF - Filing Method : Electronic
Pricing : Free - Pricing : $0.99 per form
1099-K No filing required Filing Method : CFSF - Filing Method : Electronic
Pricing : Free - Pricing : $0.99 per form
1099-B No filing required Filing Method : CFSF - Filing Method : Electronic
Pricing : Free - Pricing : $0.99 per form
1099-R No filing required Filing Method : CFSF - Filing Method : Electronic
Pricing : Free - Pricing : $0.99 per form
1099-G No filing required Filing Method : CFSF - NA
Pricing : Free - NA
W-2 - - Filing Method : Electronic NA
- Pricing : $0.99 per form NA

In the District of Columbia, you must file a 1099 form if you make payments to a DC resident individual during a calendar year that are not related to wages or salaries.

Yes, the District of Columbia has specific requirements for additional forms based on your filing method.

When paper filing, you must include Form WT and Form 1096 along with Form 1099.

If you choose to e-file, you don't need to complete any additional forms. Tax1099 is an IRS-approved eFile service provider that offers a streamlined e-filing solution.

Yes, the District of Columbia requires the filing of W-2 forms, but only if there was a state tax withholding.

The deadline for filing 1099 forms with the District of Columbia is January 31st.

The District of Columbia accepts paper copies of W-2 forms if the total is 24 or less. For 25 or more W-2s, electronic filing is required.

  • If you choose to paper file W-2s, you should attach Form WT and Form W-3 and mail them to:
  • Office of Tax and Revenue,
  • 1101 4th St., SW, FL4,
  • Washington, DC 20024

Yes, you can electronically file W-2C once you identify errors in previously filed W-2s.

Yes, in the District of Columbia, you must file Form 1099-NEC if non-employee compensation is provided to a DC resident during any calendar year.

Yes, the District of Columbia necessitates the filing of Form 1095-B and 1095-C for employers or relevant entities that offer Minimum Essential Coverage (MEC) to at least one employee who resided in the District of Columbia during the calendar year.

Employers must file the following forms in the District of Columbia:

  • Form 1095-C - Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage
  • Form 1095-B - Health Coverage
  • Form 1094-B - Transmittal of Health Coverage Information Returns
  • Form 1094-C - Transmittal of Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage Information Returns

Businesses and coverage providers in the District of Columbia are required to provide copies of Forms 1095-B/C to their D.C. residents by March 2, 2023, and to file them with the Office of Tax and Revenue by May 1, 2023.

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