State by state year end W-2 filing guide

One important component of year end reporting requirements is filing with the state. Many states have their own annual reconciliation form, similar to the W-3 required at the federal level, and many also require W-2s to be filed with the state. We've broken down the requirements for each state, but make sure you verify your responsibilities by checking your state's website or speaking with your accountant or bookkeeper.

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