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My 2017 return was rejected because I entered an incorrect amount on something, but I had already determined I forgot a 1099 for 2016 state refund. Can I add 1099 now?

 
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My 2017 return was rejected because I entered an incorrect amount on something, but I had already determined I forgot a 1099 for 2016 state refund. Can I add 1099 now?

If the 1099-G is for a current year state tax refund - that is, the number on the form is the current tax year's number, no matter what year the refund is from (Box 3) - then since your return was rejected, you can go ahead and add the 1099-G for the refund after you fix the problem that caused the reject.

Then run through the review and re-efile.

 

[Edited 3/11/2020 3:53 pm CDT - made year neutral]

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My 2017 return was rejected because I entered an incorrect amount on something, but I had already determined I forgot a 1099 for 2016 state refund. Can I add 1099 now?

If the 1099-G is for a current year state tax refund - that is, the number on the form is the current tax year's number, no matter what year the refund is from (Box 3) - then since your return was rejected, you can go ahead and add the 1099-G for the refund after you fix the problem that caused the reject.

Then run through the review and re-efile.

 

[Edited 3/11/2020 3:53 pm CDT - made year neutral]

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My 2017 return was rejected because I entered an incorrect amount on something, but I had already determined I forgot a 1099 for 2016 state refund. Can I add 1099 now?

It was refund from 2016 tax year.