i have a 1099-G form what do i need to do to file with Indiana State Taxes

  • That 1099-G Form is entered in your Federal Tax Return; however, you'll have to tell us what is the 1099-G form for, Unemployment, State tax refund, government payments?
  • it says 101.47 in box 2 unemployment you repaid
  • it says 101.47 in box2 unemployment u repaid then box3 says box2 amount for tax year 2007
Unemployment or Paid Family Leave (1099-G) they are both entered in the same area.
- Clink on the (Federal Taxes)
- Click on (Wages & Income)
- Click on (Explore on My Own) if it’s showing
- Look for Unemployment (Government benefits on Form 1099-G)
- Click on Update or Start
- You’ll see (Unemployment and Paid Family Leave (1099-G)
- Read the information (Check the button “Yes, we received unemployment or paid family leave”) then Click Continue
- Then continue through the interview entering your information just as it appears on your 1099-G form.

On the Screen with the heading (Your Unemployment or Paid Family Leave Information) right below where you enter State or Locality there is a Field Box to enter the amount you received. If you fill in the amount there, the form will not be deleted. That Box is to your Right, and very easily overlooked.  Plus, Repay any of your 2012 Unemployment? See the attachment with red arrows and underlines showing those locations.

NOW: If by chance you had Federal and/or State taxes withheld then: When you get to the Screen (Page) (Your Unemployment or Paid Family Leave Information) there is a little square box next to (Federal or State Income Tax was withheld on the this payment) Check that square button, then just below that there are 2 buttons (Did you Repay any of your 2012 Unemployment …) answer Yes or No and enter that amount. The next Screen will have a place to enter (Federal or State income tax withheld) enter your amount.

  • will that cause me not to get my refund yet
  • JGalarzaa417,
    That's information you are required to enter into you Tax Return.  I am not the IRS, they will determine how it will affect your Refund.  It is not one of the Forms that are delaying tax refunds.
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