With a record number of people filing for unemployment benefits this year, many are wondering how receiving unemployment may affect their taxes. The IRS and most states treat unemployment benefits as taxable income. If you didn’t withhold money from your unemployment for taxes, your refund may be impacted. We'll figure out how much of your unemployment income (if any) is taxable by the IRS and your state. Explore the articles below for more information about how unemployment factors into your taxes.
- Why is my unemployment being taxed?
- Do I have to pay taxes on unemployment?
- What did I get a 1099-G for?
- Where do I report a 1099-G for unemployment or paid family leave?
- Where do I enter Form 1099-G for unemployment or paid family leave in the mobile app?
- How do I report unemployment if I didn't get a 1099-G?
- How do I report last year's state or local refund without a 1099-G?