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Form 1099-G

Form 1099-G is an income statement from the government, not a bill. This income is considered taxable and must be included on your federal and state returns.

DOR must report any refund, credit or offset of state and county income made to individuals who claimed itemized deductions on their federal income tax returns as well as any interest paid.

DOR cannot net the amount against other transactions. Therefore, your Form 1099-G is correct as issued. For information on how to report the income and deduct your payment on your federal return, review IRS 1099-G information.


Unemployment compensation is taxable on both federal and state tax returns.

If you received unemployment compensation, use the 1099-G issued by the Department of Workforce Development and include it in your tax return.

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