Important Change
The PA Department of Revenue has changed the electronic filing requirement threshold for W-2 wage records. If you are providing and/or reporting 10 or more W-2 wage records on the Annual Withholding Reconciliation Statement (REV-1667), they must now be filed electronically. The department will grant a waiver with regard to the electronic filing threshold change for the 2018 tax period, however, you are encouraged to file this information electronically. It’s quick, easy, and secure.
--- 11/19/2018
 
     W-2/1099 Changes for Tax Year 2018 and Filing Due Date
The PA Department of Revenue has made multiple changes to the EFW2 and .CSV format specifications for filing the W-2/1099 information for tax year 2018. There will be a blackout period at the end of the year starting on Dec. 17, 2018 through Jan. 2, 2019. During this timeframe, you will not be able to upload any W-2/1099 file information in e-TIDES. You will still be able to upload other employer file types. Beginning on Jan. 3, 2019, all W-2/1099 files uploaded must reflect these changes.

Your 2018 employee wage records, 1099-R distributions, 1099-MISC income, and the Annual Withholding Reconciliation Statement REV-1667 (Transmittal) are due on Jan. 31, 2019.

Click the following link for more information: 2018 W-2 and 1099 Employer Reporting Instructions and Specifications Handbook.
--- 10/29/2018
 
     1099-MISC Information
Under Act 43 of 2017, certain payments to non-residents are subject to Pennsylvania personal income tax withholding. Payments that are subject to tax are (1) payments of Pennsylvania source compensation and business income if the payments are reported on a federal form 1099-MISC, and (2) lease payments for Pennsylvania real estate. Withholding is optional if the total payments are less than $5,000 annually.

Any person who makes payments of PA source income to resident and non-resident individuals, entities treated as a partnership for tax purposes, or single member limited liability companies and is required to provide form 1099-MISC to the federal government with respect to the payments must also submit a copy to the Department of Revenue.

Click the following link for more information: 1099-Miscellaneous Overview.
--- 06/07/2018


 
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