Frequently Asked Questions About 1099s in Maryland


Yes, you can file 1099 forms online in Maryland via the Comptroller of Maryland website. If 25 or more forms are being filed, you are required to do it online.


Yes, if you paid a vendor more than $10 for goods or services in a year, Maryland requires a Form 1099-G, 1099-R, 1099-S, and W-2G.


You can file 1099 forms online in Maryland. If you decide to mail your 1099s, attach Form MW408 & 1096 and send them to the following mailing address.

Revenue Administration Division,

ATTN: Returns Processing, Room 206,

110 Carroll Street,

Annapolis, MD 21411-0001.


If you file 1099s by paper, you must submit Form MW508 (Annual Employer Withholding Reconciliation Return) and 1096. If you e-file, only Form MW508 needs to be submitted with 1099s.


Maryland requires that all 1099 forms be filed by January 31st.

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