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Frequently Asked Questions About Year End Magnetic Media Reconciliations

3 - Who can file paper wage and tax statements?

Employers having less than 25 W-2 wage and tax statements to report may send a paper Form MW508 with paper copies of the wage and tax statements to:

Revenue Administration Division
ATTN: W-2 Processing, Room 206
110 Carroll Street
Annapolis, MD 21411-0001

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Magnetic Media Reconciliations FAQs
  q1 - What is the Maryland Central Registration Number?
  q2 - How can I confirm an employee's Maryland Central Registration number?
  q3 - Who can file paper wage and tax statements?
  q4 - Can I file my corrections on magnetic media?
  q5 - What documents do I need to send with my magnetic media?
  q6 - What if I file both paper returns and magnetic media?
  q7 - Am I required to submit a test file?
  q9 - Can I file back-year data on magnetic media?
  q8 - Is there a filing deadline?
  q10 - Do you return the media after you're done?
  q11 - What if I am having difficulty creating my W-2 file?
  q12 - Where do we send the magnetic media?
  q13 - What are the most common errors associated with magnetic media filing?
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