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August 30, 2009

MA DOR Proposes Changes to Form 1099 Filing

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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.

August 29, 2009

MA DOR Proposes Changes to Form W-2 Filing

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In the recently released, Working Draft Directive 09-XX, Requirements for Employers Filing Year-end Withholding Information, the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR) proposes changes to the definition of “machine-readable form”. Employers who file fifty or more Forms W-2 in a calendar year are required to file them 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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