August 30, 2009
MA DOR Proposes Changes to Form 1099 Filing
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Vision Payroll

In the recently released, Working Draft Directive 09-XX, State Filing Requirements for Forms in the 1099 Series, the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR) proposes changes to the definition of “machine-readable form” and to the filing requirements for forms in the 1099 series. Employers who file fifty or more of any form in the 1099 series in a calendar year will now be required to file them in machine-readable form. Previously, only filers of 250 or more forms were required to file in machine-readable form. For 2009 and later, the definition of machine-readable form will no longer include diskette, magnetic tape, or cartridge 18-track magnetic media. Filing must be done through WebFile for Business or electronic data transfer. Contact Vision Payroll if you have any questions on the proposed changes.


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