If you used TurboTax last year and you transferred last year’s tax data to this year's return, your state and local refunds are automatically brought over with your other tax info.
You don't need to enter form 1099G State or local income tax refunds, credits, or offsets. To avoid reporting the state refund twice, delete the 1099G form
- Sign in to your account.
- Select Tools then Tax Tools from the left menu.
- Select Delete a form.
- Locate the 1099G form and delete it.
Last year's state refund might be taxable if all three of the following are true:
- You itemized deductions last year, instead of taking the standard deduction
- You claimed state and local income taxes (not general sales tax)
- Claiming the deduction helped you increase your federal refund or lower your tax bill
for more information please check Do I need to report the state or local refund I got last year? Is it taxable?
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