Filed under Payroll Taxes. Fact checked on February 7, 2013.
Employers in states that impose an income tax are required to report to employees the amount paid to them in taxable compensation and the amount withheld from their wages for income taxes for the year. Some states also require reports for the amount of compensation paid to independent contractors to be provided.
Click on your state on the map for general information about the employee reports and information returns for independent contractors that the state requires employers to prepare and provide for the calendar year.
The states that are unshaded are states that do not impose a personal income tax.
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