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Filing Requirement

Kansas 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 1099-G

Certain Government Payments

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Form W2

Wage and Tax Statements

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Deadline for Kansas State Filing Taxes:

Kansas Form 1099 Filing Deadline (with or without Taxes Withheld) January 31, 2024
Kansas Form W-2 Filing Deadline January 31, 2024

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Kansas State Filing Scenario for the following Forms:

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

You may be required to file Kansas state reconciliation forms KW-3. Tax1099 offers these forms through the platform for $4.99 each.

Yes, you must file 1099 forms with Kansas state for the taxable non-wage payments the Payer made during the tax year 2023.

Yes, even if there is no state tax withholding, the Kansas Department of Revenue requires a W-2 form to be filed.

The deadline to file the 1099-R with Kansas is 31st January 2024.

The deadline to file Form W-2 with Kansas is 31st January 2024.

Note: If these dates fall on a weekend or a federal holiday, the deadline shifts to the next working day.

You may be required to file KW-3, Annual Withholding Tax Return if you file electronically.

However, if you chose to paper file, you need to submit both W-3 and KW-3.

If you don't submit your 1099 forms or pay taxes on time in Kansas and forget to give copies to the payees, you'll get fined.

Type of Penalty Late Filing of W-2 Late Payment of Taxes Underpayment of W-2
Penalty Description If filing after the original deadline but before February 1 of the following year, the penalty is 15% of tax due. If filing after February 1, it's 15% of unpaid taxes + 1% per month for up to 24 months. If paying taxes after the deadline but before February 1 of the following year, the penalty is 15% of taxes. If paying after February 1 but before September 1, it's 25% of taxes. If paying on or after September 1, it's 40% of taxes. If paying withheld taxes after the original deadline but before February 1 of the following year, the penalty is 15% of tax due. If paying after February 1, it's 15% of unpaid taxes + 1% per month for up to 24 months.

Yes! The State of Kansas Electronic filing of W-2s is allowed in Kansas. It's important to note that the state requires e-filing if you're filing 51 or more W-2s.

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