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W-2 E-File Deadlines

This infographic has everything you need to stay on top of the W-2 federal, state and recipient deadlines for tax year 2018.

Greatland's Direct State E-file

Most states have W-2 and 1099 filing requirements that are separate from federal filing requirements. It is important to note these differences, because too often businesses mistakenly assume that filing to the federal government is enough to keep them in compliance. Unfortunately, that assumption is not true and can lead to penalties and fines. Therefore, it is very important to know your state-specific requirements when it comes to W-2 and 1099 reporting.

If you're unsure of state filing requirements for either the state where you do business, or the state where your employee or contract worker lives, Yearli will help identify your requirements.

Greatland is one of the few companies that offer state filing services for both W-2 and 1099 forms while requiring you to do zero research on what to do to file your W-2 or 1099 to states. We support a direct filing method which allows you to rest assured that your data is received by the state agencies in a timely fashion, and meets all state filing deadlines and reconciliation requirements.

Through Yearli, all of your data is sent to the appropriate state agency in the required format with just a few clicks.

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