Direct-To-State Filing Supported States

Understanding State Income Tax

State income tax is a tax levied by individual states on income earned within their jurisdiction. Each state has its own tax laws and requirements, which can vary significantly.

What Is Combined Federal/State Filing (CF/SF)?

The Combined Federal/State Filing (CF/SF) program allows businesses to file both federal and state information returns simultaneously. This streamlined process reduces the administrative burden on businesses by allowing them to submit their tax information to the IRS, which then forwards it to the participating states.

States With 1099-NEC Filing Requirements

Many states require the filing of Form 1099-NEC to report nonemployee compensation. The specific requirements and deadlines can vary by state.

States That Do Not Require 1099-NEC Filing

Some states do not require the filing of Form 1099-NEC. These states may either not have a state income tax or have different reporting requirements for non employee compensation.


Understanding state income tax and the requirements for 1099-NEC filing is crucial for businesses operating in multiple states. The CF/SF program simplifies this process, but it is important to be aware of the specific requirements for each state to ensure compliance.


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