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1099 E-Filing: New Jersey

Nina Tchistiakova Updated by Nina Tchistiakova

Due date

February 15

E-filing threshold

Mandatory

Filing options

Electronic filing

Forms to file

State requires W-2G and all 1099's.

Required file name

Specifications do not specify a file name.

E-filing website

https://mft-sonj.axwaycloud.com/ 

Submitting files

Make sure you have credentials to log in to New Jersey's secure website Axway. Axway is the same website for electronically filing Forms NJ-927/WR-30 with New Jersey. Email New Jersey at e-GovServices@treas.nj.gov to obtain credentials if you don't already have them for e-filing.

When applying for an Axway Account it is advisable to indicate in the email that your software does format the file correctly and that you "anticipate" filing more than 100 New Jersey Forms.

If you do NOT have a TCC you can enter "00000" on the Transmitter Screen.

Forms NJ-W3, NJ-W3-G, NJ-W3-UNC, W2, W2G, and 1099 can be filed electronically through the State’s current secure electronic bulk filing service provider, Axway. For more information E-mail e-GovServices@treas.nj.gov. 

Electronic Filing Mandate for All W-2s and 1099s Beginning with Tax Year 2020, The Division of Taxation is requiring mandatory electronic filing for W-2s and 1099s. The mandate includes Forms NJ-W-3, W-2, W-2G, 1094/1095, and all types of 1099s. Go to go to https://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/git/efilemand.shtml for details.

If you issued Form 1099-R, Form 1099-MISC, or 1099-NEC with New Jersey withholdings, you must file copies of these 1099s electronically with Form NJ-W-3.

Form NJ-W-3 Located in CFS Payroll System under “W-2/1099 Information Returns”

• If filing a corrected W-2, 1099-R, 1099-MISC, W-2G, etc., submit an amended Form NJ-W-3. Include a copy of the corrected W-2, 1099-R, 1099-MISC, W-2G, etc., with the amended Form NJ-W-3

• If filing a corrected NJ-W-3 only, submit an amended Form NJ-W-3. You do not need to attach the W-2s or 1099s you submitted with the original W-3.

Note: If the correction changes the amount of tax reported and you already filed quarterly returns, you must amend each quarterly return affected by the change. See Correcting Form NJ-927, NJ-927-W, or NJ-927-H.

Payers of Proceeds from Real Estate Transaction If you are required to report the proceeds from real estate transactions to the IRS on federal Form 1099-S (or any other form which the Internal Revenue Code may designate), you are also required to submit all reports to the Division of Taxation if the real estate being sold or exchanged is partially or entirely located in New Jersey. Mail copies of federal Form 1099-S to:

State of New Jersey-Division of Taxation

Revenue Processing Center

PO Box 445

Trenton, NJ 08646-0248

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