Yes you have to report it and so you get credit for the withholding. You may get more back since the first 10,200 is excluded. You need to get the 1099G form. You might be able to log into your unemployment account at the state and get it.
Enter a 1099G for unemployment under
Federal on left
Wages & Income at top
Unemployment - Click the Start or Update Button
Your unemployment compensation will be on Schedule 1 line 7. The exclusion will be on Schedule 1 Line 8 as a negative number. The result flows to Form 1040 Line 8. You get credit for the withholding on 1040 line 25b.
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