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How To Amend Duplicate Tax Filings: A - G

Review how to amend duplicate filings for state payroll taxes.

Alaska

Form TQ01C, Quarterly Contribution Report

The Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development (DOL) allows you to correct any misreported payroll on your Form TQ01C by submitting Form TADJ, Correction of Wage Items.

Here are some general guidelines for completing your adjusted return:

  1. Download Form TADJ.

  2. Obtain a copy of the Form TQ01C that was originally filed.

  3. You do not need to include a payment; Square paid the applicable taxes for this quarter.

Please file your Form TADJ with the DOL as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions on filing your amendment, please contact the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development at 888-448-3527 or visit their website.

Arizona

Form A1-QRT, Arizona Quarterly Withholding Tax Return

The Arizona Department of Revenue (AZDOR) allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted Form A1-QRT by submitting an amended Form A1-QRT.

Here are some general guidelines for completing your adjusted return:

  1. Download Form A1-QRT

  2. Obtain a copy of the Form A1-QRT that was originally filed - this is needed for the original wages reported

  3. Check the “Amended Return” box on Part 1 of the form and explain why you are amending the return on Part 5.

  4. If you are filing for the fourth quarter of the calendar year, you must also file Form A1-R in order to reconcile the amount of tax withheld to the amount of tax liability reported throughout the year

Please file your amended Form A1-QRT as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Arizona Department of Revenue at (800) 352-4090 or visit their website.

Form A1-R, Arizona Withholding Reconciliation Tax Return

The Arizona Department of Revenue (AZDOR) allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted Form A1-R by submitting an amended Form A1-R.

Here are some general guidelines for completing your adjusted return:

  1. Download Form A1-R

  2. Check the “Amended Return” box in Part 1, and explain why you are amending the return in Part 4

  3. Mail Form A1-R with Form W-2C(s) to the address listed on the form.

Please file your amended Form A1-R as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Arizona Department of Revenue at (800) 352-4090 or visit their website.

Wage and Tax Statement (W-2)

The Arizona Department of Revenue (AZDOR) allows employers to correct any misreported payroll on any previously submitted Form A1-R by filing an amended return.

Here are some general guidelines for completing your adjusted return:

  1. Obtain copies of the Form W-2C(s) that were filed with the IRS.

  2. Mail along with your amended Forms A1-R to the address listed on the form.

Please file your Form(s) W-2c as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Arizona Department of Revenue at (800) 352-4090 or visit their website.

Form UC-018, Unemployment Tax and Wage Report

The Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted Form UC-018 by filing a Form UC-522, Adjustment Form.

Here are some general guidelines for completing your amended return:

  1. Log in to the AZDES website to file electronically, or download Form UC-522 to file by mail

  2. Obtain a copy of the Form UC-018 that was originally filed.

  3. Submit your completed form online, or send your paper return by mail to the address listed on the form or email to UITAccounting@azdes.gov

Please file your Form UC-522 with the AZDES as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions on filing your amendment, please contact the Arizona Department of Economic Security at (602) 532-6601 or visit their website.

Arkansas

Form AR3MAR, Employer’s Annual Reconciliation of Income Tax Withheld

The Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted Form AR3MAR by submitting an amended Form AR3MAR. Note this form is required for monthly tax filers. Here are some general guidelines for completing your amended return:

  1. Log in to ATAP to file electronically, or contact the DFA to obtain a paper form to file by mail.

  2. Submit your completed form online or mail your paper return to the address listed on the form.

Please file your amended Form AR3MAR as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Department of Finance and Administration at 501-682-7105 or visit their website.

Form AR941A, Employer’s Annual Report for Income Tax Withheld

The Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted Form AR941A by submitting an amended Form AR941A. Note this form is required for annual tax filers.Here are some general guidelines for completing your amended return:

  1. Log in to ATAP to file electronically, or contact the DFA to obtain a paper form to file by mail.

  2. Submit your completed form online or mail your paper return to the address listed on the form.

Please file your amended Form AR3MAR as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Department of Finance and Administration at 501-682-7105 or visit their website.

Forms AR W-2/W-3, Wage & Tax Statement and Transmittal of Tax Statements

The Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration (DFA) allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted Form W-2 or Form ARW-3 by submitting Form W-2C in addition to an amended Form ARW-3.

  1. Obtain a copy of the Form W-2C(s) that was filed with the IRS.

  2. Download Form ARW-3 - Write “Amended” clearly at the top of the form.

  3. Mail your completed returns to the address listed on the Form ARW-3.

Please file your Forms W-2c and Form ARW-3 as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Department of Finance and Administration at 501-682-7105 or visit their website.

Form DWS-ARK-209B, Employer’s Quarterly Contribution and Wage Report

The Department of Workforce Services of Arkansas (DWS-ARK) allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted Form DWS-ARK-209B by filing a Form DWS-ARK-223. Here are some general guidelines for completing your amended return:

  1. Log in to ATAP to file electronically, or download Form DWS-ARK-223 to file by mail.

  2. Obtain a copy of the Form DWS-ARK-209B that was originally filed. This is required for the section on ‘original amounts reported’.

  3. Submit your completed return online or mail to the address listed on the form.

Please file your Form DWS-ARK-223 with the Department of Workforce Services of Arkansas as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Department of Workforce Services at (501) 682-3798 or visit their website.

California

Form DE 9 and DE 9C, Quarterly Contribution and Wage Adjustment

The California Employment Development Department (EDD) allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted DE9 and DE9C by submitting a Form DE 9ADJ, Quarterly Contribution and Wage Adjustment. Here are some general guidelines for completing your amended return:

  1. Log in to the EDD website to file electronically or download Form DE 9ADJ to file by mail.

  2. Obtain a copy of the Forms DE9/9C that were originally filed. This is required for the ‘original amounts reported’ section.

  3. Follow the EDD’s instructions to complete Form DE 9ADJ.

  4. Submit your completed re turn online or by mailing to the address listed on the form.

Please file your Form DE 9ADJ as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the EDD Taxpayer Assistance Center at 1-888-745-3886 or visit their website.

Colorado

Form DR-1094, Withholding Tax Payment/Form

The Colorado Department of Revenue (CO DOR) allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted Form DR-1094 by filing an amended Form DR-1094. Here are some general guidelines for completing your amended return:

  1. Log in to the Colorado DOR online services to file electronically or download a paper Form DR-1094 to file by mail.

  2. Obtain a copy of the Form DR-1094 that was originally filed. This is required for the ‘As Originally Filed’ section.

  3. Be sure to only report the information that was misreported on the original submission

  4. Submit your completed return online or by mail to the address listed on the form.

Please file your amended Form DR-1094 as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Colorado Department of Revenue at 303-238-7378 or visit their website.

State W-2s

The Colorado Department of Revenue allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted Form W2 by filing a completed Form DR-1093 in addition to your amended Forms W-2.Here are some general guidelines for submitting your amended Form W-2(s):

  1. Obtain a copy of the Form W-2C(s) that was filed with the IRS.

  2. Download Form DR-1093. - Be sure to check the box “Mark here if this is an amended return”.

  3. Submit your Form W-2C(s) and completed Form DR-1093 to the address listed on the form.

Please file your Form W-2C(s) and Form DR-1093 as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Colorado Department of Revenue at (303) 238-7378 or visit their website.

Form UITR-1, Quarterly UI Premium Report

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted Form UITR-1 by filing a Form UITR-3.Here are some general guidelines for completing your amended:

  1. Download Form UITR-3

  2. Obtain a copy of Form UITR-1 that was originally filed. This is required for the “Prior Report” section of the amendment.

  3. Mail your completed return to the address listed on the form.

Please file your Form UITR-3 with the CO Department of Labor and Employment as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties/fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions on filing your amendment, please contact the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment at (303) 318-9100 or visit their website.

Denver OPT Payment/Filing

The Denver Department of Finance allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted Denver OPT filing by filing an amended return online. Here are some general guidelines for completing your amended return:

  1. Log into the Denver eBiz Tax Center

  2. Click on the “Returns/Forms” button on the left-hand side

  3. Select the “Amending a Return/Form” button

  4. Submit your completed return online.

Please file your amended Denver OPT Filing as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties/fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions on filing your amendment, please contact the Denver Department of Finance at (720) 913-9400 or visit their website.

Aurora OPT Payment/Filing

The City of Aurora Tax and Licensing Division allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted OPT Payment/Filing by filing an amended return. Note, if your amendment is resulting in a credit, you will need to provide documentation proving that a credit is due. Here are some general guidelines for completing your amended return:

  1. Download the Aurora Occupational Privilege Tax Return

  2. Write “Amended” clearly at the top of the page

  3. Submit your completed return to the address listed on the form.

Please file your amended Aurora OPT Filing as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties/fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Aurora Tax and Licensing Division at (303) 739-7800 or visit their website.

Glendale OPT Payment/Filing

The City of Glendale Tax Department allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted OPT Payment/Filing by filing an amended return. Note, if your amendment is resulting in a credit, you will need to provide documentation proving that a credit is due. Here are some general guidelines for completing your amended return:

  1. Download the Glendale Occupational Privilege Tax Return

  2. Write “Amended” clearly at the top of the page

  3. Submit your completed return to the address listed on the form.

Please file your amended Glendale OPT Filing as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties/fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the City of Glendale Tax Department at (303) 639-4706 or visit their website.

Greenwood Village OPT Payment/Filing

The City of Greenwood Village allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted OPT Payment/Filing by filing an amended return. Note, if your amendment is resulting in a credit, you will need to provide documentation proving that a credit is due. Here are some general guidelines for completing your amended return:

  1. Download the Greenwood Village Occupational Privilege Tax Return

  2. Write “Amended” clearly at the top of the page

  3. Submit your completed return to the address listed on the form.

Please file your amended Greenwood Village OPT Filing as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties/fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the City of Greenwood Village at (303) 486-8299 or visit their website.

Connecticut

Form CT-941, Quarterly Reconciliation of Withholding

The Connecticut Department of Revenue (DOR) allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted Form CT-941 by filing a Form CT-941X. Here are some general guidelines for completing your amended return:

  1. Log in to the Taxpayer Services Center (TSC) for Businesses.

  2. Obtain a copy of Form CT-941 that was originally filed. This is required for the “Amount as Originally Reported” section of the amendment.

  3. Submit your completed return online.

Please file your Form CT-941X as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Connecticut Department of Revenue at (860) 297-5962 or visit their website.

Form CT W-2/W-3, Annual Reconciliation of Withholding

The Connecticut Department of Revenue (DOR) allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted Form CT-W3 and Form W-2(s) by filing an amended Form CT-W3 and Form W-2C(s). Here are some general guidelines for completing your amended returns:

  1. Obtain copies of the Form W-2C(s) that were filed with the IRS.

  2. Log in to the Taxpayer Services Center (TSC) for Businesses.

  3. Use the information from the Form W-2C(s) to complete your amendments.

Please file your amended Form CT-W3 and Form W-2C(s) as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Connecticut Department of Revenue at (860) 297-5962 or visit their website..

Form UC-5A / UC-2, Employer Contribution Return and Employee Quarterly Earnings Report

The Connecticut Department of Labor (DOL) allows you to correct any payroll that was misreported on a previously submitted Form UC‑2 and Form UC‑5A by filing Form UC‑2 (CORR) and Form UC‑5A (CORR). Here are some general guidelines for completing your amended returns:

  1. Log in to the DOL website to file electronically or download Form UC‑2 (CORR) and Form UC‑5A (CORR) from the DOL website to file by mail.

  2. Submit your completed returns online or by mailing to the address listed on the form.

Please file your Form UC‑2 (CORR) and Form UC‑5A (CORR) as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions on filing your amendments, please contact the Connecticut Department of Labor at (860) 263-6000 or visit their website.

Florida

Form RT-6, Employer’s Quarterly Tax Return

The Florida Department of Revenue (DOR) allows you to correct any misreported payroll on your Form RT-6 by submitting Form RT-8A. Here are some general guidelines for completing your adjusted return:

  1. Log in to the Reemployment Tax website to file electronically or download Form RT-8A to file by mail.

  2. Obtain a copy of the Form RT-6 that was originally filed. This is necessary to fill out the ‘previously reported’ section of your amended return.

  3. Submit your completed return online or by mailing to the address listed on the form.

Please file your Form RT-8A with the DOR as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Florida Department of Revenue at (850) 717-6628 or visit their website.

Georgia

Form G-7, Withholding Tax Return

The Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR) allows you to correct any misreported payroll on your Form G-7 by submitting an amended Form G-7. Here are some general guidelines for completing your adjusted return:

  1. Download Form G-7.

  2. Mark line 10 on Form G-7 as an “amended return”.

  3. Submit your completed return to the address listed on the form.

Please file your amended Form G-7 with the DOR as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Georgia Department of Revenue at (877) 423-6711 or visit their website.

Form 1003, Withholding Income Statement Transmittal

The Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR) allows you to correct any misreported payroll on your Form G-1003 by submitting an amended Form G-1003. Here are some general guidelines for completing your adjusted return:

  1. Download Form DOL-1003.

  2. Obtain a copy of the Form W-2C(s) that were filed with the IRS. This is required to be submitted with your amended Form G-1003.

  3. Submit your completed return and Form W-2C(s) to the address listed on the form.

Please file your amended Form G-1003 and Form W-2C(s) as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Department of Revenue at (877) 423-6711 or visit their website.

Form DOL-4N, Unemployment Tax and Wage Report

The Georgia Department of Labor (DOL) allows employers to correct any misreported payroll on the Unemployment Tax and Wage Report by submitting a Report to Add New Wages and/or Correct Reported Wages (Form DOL 3C). Here are some general guidelines for completing your adjusted return:

  1. Download Form DOL-3C from the DOL website.

  2. Obtain a copy of the Form DOL-4N that was originally filed. This is necessary to fill out the ‘Reported’ section of your adjustment return.

  3. Submit your completed return to the address listed on the form.

Please file your Form DOL 3C as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary penalties / fees from underreporting your wages and taxes. If you have any questions, please contact the Department of Labor at (404) 232-3245 or visit their website.

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