We try hard to make filing your W-2/1099 NEC and MISC forms as easy as possible and we are here to help.

How It Works

Check out the video below for a quick walkthrough on how Wagefiing works!



Features of Wagefiling.com

Easy online filing of W-2 and 1099 Forms

  • No software to purchase or learn to use.
  • Try before you buy, entering forms is FREE.
  • If you like our service, it's just $3.49 per form.
  • You can print forms INSTANTLY on your printer (like an airline boarding pass).
  • You mail them immediately, to meet a deadline or just to know it's done.
  • We always e-File for you to the IRS or SSA when you check out.

Advantages of Wage Filing Online

  • No FORMS to purchase.
  • No SPECIAL envelopes required. Use standard No. 10 double or single window.
  • We always e-file your forms to the IRS or SSA, but not until you
    decide to make the purchase and check out.
  • We always provide a confirmation of the e-Filing, so you know it was done.
  • Save keystrokes, key in the Filer/Company information, just once.


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Filing 1099 Corrections
Before using corrections:

If you are currently entering 1099 information and have NOT checked out, DO NOT USE THE CORRECTION checkbox. Instead, use the VOID or DELETE checkbox to remove the form. Then, if necessary, choose ADD Payee to enter the correct form. Do not follow this correction procedure.  Deleted or Voided forms are never e-Filed, and you may choose not to print them.

Do not use this corrections procedure if you checked out, then discover you FORGOT to enter, or LEFT OUT some 1099 forms. If a form for somebody was left out, start a new file by adding a New Company with exactly the same company information as before, then add the forms you left out, then checkout and print the forms. Do not use the corrections checkbox for forms you forgot to enter.

Use the CORRECTIONS checkbox ONLY if you have already paid/checked-out, and later discover an error has been made inside one of the forms. In that case, start a New Company with the same company as before, then retype ONLY the FORMS in error. DO NOT pay for and e-file the ENTIRE GROUP again! If you bring a file forward, to avoid re-typing, pay for and e-File only those needing correcting, delete all the others that were correct.

Correction Type 1

 (covers incorrect money amount, incorrect address, incorrect payee name or the form should not have been filed)


 

Correction Type 2

 (covers incorrect Tax ID, or both name and address were wrong)






Filing W-2 Corrections
If you need to make W-2 corrections, please go to the Social Security Web site link shown below.
 
At the SSA link you can:
 
- LOGIN (if you have your account already setup) or
- REGISTER (if this is your first time).
 
You can e-file and print up to 50 W-2 corrections at one time. And best of all its FREE!
 
Here is the link:
 


Official W-2 Reference Info
Information about SSA Forms W-2 and W-3 please see W-2 and W-2 Instructions.




















How do I know the laser printed forms are approved by the IRS and SSA
  • Laser printed "Substitute" W-2 forms are authorized by the IRS in Publication 1141 at document page 11 under Section 2 Requirements for Substitute Forms Furnished to Employees (Copies B, C and 2 of Form W-2).
  • Laser printed "Substitute" 1099 forms are approved by the IRS in Publication 1179 at document page 19, under Part 4 Sections 4.1 through 4.5, Substitute Statements to Form Recipients and Form Recipient Copies.
Exactly who gets what 1099 copy?
  • 1099-Misc Copy A is from you, the filer, to the IRS. This copy is never printed. Instead, WageFiling.com e-files this copy to the IRS. Then we send you a confirmation.
  • 1099 Form 1096 is a paper transmittal and is not required because we file Copy A electronically. 
  • 1099-Misc Copy 1 is from you to the state tax department, when required by the state. Send them all in one envelope to the state, when required. See state requirements No. 16 here.
  • 1099-Misc Copy B is from you to the recipient for his records. The "Instructions to Recipient" are automatically printed on this copy by WageFiling.com.
  • 1099-Misc Copy 2 is from you to the recipient, for the recipient's state tax return (when required), or as an extra copy for the recipient.
  • 1099-Misc Copy C is your copy, for your records. 
Exactly who gets what W-2 copy?
  • Form W-2 Copy A is from you, the employer, to the Social Security Administration. This copy is never printed. Instead, WageFiling.com e-files this copy to the SSA. Then we send you a confirmation.
  • Form W-3 is a paper transmittal and is not required because we file Copy A electronically. 
  • Form W-2 Copy 1 is from you to the state, city, or local tax department, when required by the state. Send them all in one envelope to the state.
  • Form W-2 Copy B is from you to the employee for filing with the employee's federal tax return.
  • Form W-2 Copy C is from you to the employee for his records. The "Instructions to Recipient", must be printed on the back of this form, OR enclosed on a separate page.
  • Form W-2 Copy 2 is from you to the employee. Copy 2 is to be filed with the employee's state, city, or local income tax return, when required by the state. You should send the employee additional Copy 2's if there are multiple states, a city or local taxing jurisdiction.
  • Form W-2 Copy D is your copy, for the employer. 
Definitions
  • Filer/Company is the Employer in the case of W-2 forms, and the Payor in the case of 1099 Forms. The Filer/Company is also sometimes called the Client. Filer is the company or person who paid the money and is responsible for filing to the IRS or SSA and responsible for IRS and SSA compliance activities.
  • The Payee is the person, estate, trust or other entity who received the money. The payee is also sometimes called the recipient or employee.
  • e-Filing or electronic filing, means sending Copy a of Form 1099 or W-2 to the IRS in a formless way using electronic transfer. Transmittal Forms 1096 or W-3 are never needed when e-Filing.
Click these links below for more information:
Official 1099 Reference Info
For general information about who must file, deadlines, penalties, corrections, etc. from the IRS please see 1099 General Instructions. For information about which boxes to use on IRS form 1099-Miscellaneous, see 1099-Misc Instructions.





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