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brandonrhodes11
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Unemployment compensation

I applied for unemployment benefits in 2016, but didn't receive any funds until 2017.  Does this mean I don't include it in my 2016 taxes? I haven't received any W2 or 1099 for the unemployment.
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KatrinaB
Intuit Alumni

Unemployment compensation

Yes. If you didn't receive any unemployment benefits in 2016, then you won't need to report anything.

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KatrinaB
Intuit Alumni

Unemployment compensation

Yes. If you didn't receive any unemployment benefits in 2016, then you won't need to report anything.

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