Frequently Asked Questions About 1099s in Wisconsin


Yes, you can. With respect to federal income tax, the IRS requires that all 1099 forms be filed electronically. The Wisconsin Department of Revenue also allows you to file electronically via their website.


Yes! The Wisconsin Department of Revenue mandates employers and other payers doing business in Wisconsin to file different 1099 forms. Wisconsin requires filing of 1099-INT, 1099-DIV only if there is state withholding, whereas 1099-MISC, R & W-2G can be filed even if there is no state withholding.


You can e-file all 1099 forms with the State of Wisconsin. For paper filing mail them to the following address:

Wisconsin Department of Revenue,

PO Box 8920 Madison,

WI 53708-8920


Other than the 1099s, the Wisconsin Department of Revenue requires a payer who made payments from which Wisconsin tax was withheld or has an active Wisconsin withholding Account Number to file an additional Form WT-7 (Employers Annual Reconciliation).


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

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