Over 40,000 inaccurate tax documents from the Bureau of Worker's Compensation were sent to Ohio businesses.
Television station Channel 13 in Toledo reported that a major glitch out of Columbus is to blame.
The BWC says that 44,000 incorrect 1099's went out to employers who received a rebate on premiums all over the state.
The correct forms went to the IRS, but not to employers.
Companies should not file their taxes until the corrected forms arrive, which is expected to be soon.