W2 Tax Form – Copy 1/D for Employer State or File
W-2 form Copy 1/D is used by the employer to send directly to the state or city, or to use for their files. Copy 1 & D can be used interchangeably.
Order a quantity equal to the number of employees you have, and multiply by 2x if you need to file with both a state and a city.
- 2up forms on an 8.5″ x 11″ sheet
- Printed in black ink on 20# laser paper
- No side perforation (format changed in 2001)
Mail in a batch to the state or city.
How to Choose the Right W-2 Forms
POSSIBLE NEW E-FILING REQUIREMENTS
The IRS is considering changing the 1099 & W2 e-filing threshold requirement to 100 forms for a single payer in 2021. They will make this determination by November. Stay tuned to ZBP Forms for compliance information!
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OPTIONS FOR FILING W-2 FORMS
- Your Accounting Software: Print W-2 forms compatible with your software, such as QuickBooks®.
- Specialized W-2 Software: Print and e-file W-2 forms if your accounting software does not.
- Online W-2 Filing: Enter or import data and we print, mail and e-file for you!
TYPES OF W-2 FORMS
All government copies must be printed in a 2up format (2 forms per page)
Employee copies may be printed in a 2up, 3up or 4up format (2, 3 or 4 forms per page; also called ‘condensed forms). All of the copies for a single employee will print on one page. You simply fold and mail – no need to separate and collate forms! Your software may support these formats, be sure to check its functionality before ordering.
NUMBER OF PARTS
The number of parts you need is determined by which government agencies you are reporting to.
- Federal Only – 4 parts
- Federal and State – 6 parts
- Federal, State and City – 8 parts
When using condensed 2up, 3up or 4up forms, you can print all employee copies on a single sheet to save time.
- For a 4-part form, use 2up paper.
- For a 6-part form, use 3up paper.
- For an 8-part form, use 4up paper.
4-Part States: AK, FL, NV, NH, SD, TN, TX, WA, WY
6-Part States: AL, AZ, AK, CA, CO, CT, DC, DE, GA, HI, ID, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, NE, ND, NJ, NM, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, UT, VA, VT, WI, WV (add extra parts for city withholding taxes)
8-Part States: AL, DE, KY, MD, MI, MO, NY, OH, PA
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EASY ONLINE FILING W2 FORMS
For EASY FILING OF A FEW W2 FORMS, an online system is a better option than printing forms.
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W3 TRANSMITTAL FORMS
Transmittal W-3 Forms are required only if you are printing and mailing W2 Copy A to the Federal Government.
One W3 is required to summarize all W2s for one employer. Order W-3 Forms.
Order compatible W-2 Envelopes to ensure mailing information aligns correctly in the windows. Order W-2 Envelopes
W-2 FILING DEADLINES
- January 31 – Recipient copies postmarked, Copy A mailed or efiled with IRS
These are federal deadlines. Most states follow the same dates.
W2C CORRECTION FORMS
Need to correct a W2 form? Use W2C forms or file them online and let us do the work for you!
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E-filing Thresholds COULD Change Drastically!
In an effort to modernize the department and serve taxpayers better, the Department of Treasury has proposed major changes in requirements for businesses to e-file 1099 & W2 forms.
As part of the Taxpayer First Act, many businesses may no longer be able to submit paper forms. One of the main changes of the act is the lowering of the threshold of information returns in order to be required to e-file.
The IRS is considering lower the e-filing threshold to 100 1099 & W2 forms for a payer. The decision will be made by November. Stay tuned to ZBP Forms for the latest compliance information.
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