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Do I need to enter my state stimulus payment in TurboTax?

SOLVEDby TurboTax430Updated 2 weeks ago

It depends on your state.

In 2022, some states issued stimulus, tax rebate, or refundable credit payments to their residents. 

States don’t consider these payments taxable income on your state tax return. However, the federal government (aka the IRS) might, depending on your state. If your state issues you a 1099-G or a 1099-MISC, you should enter it into TurboTax. 

Select your state below to learn more about your payment, including if it’s taxable.

  • Program name: Permanent Fund Dividend + Energy Relief Payment
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: $3,284
  • Tax form issued: 1099-MISC
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? Yes
  • For more info: Contact AK Department of Revenue - Permanent Fund Dividend division at (907) 465-2326 or view the status of your application here.
  • Program name: Middle Class Tax Refund
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: $200–$1,050
  • Tax form issued: 1099-MISC for payments of $600 or more
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? The payments may be considered federal income and may be taxable. The IRS hasn't said yet.
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact CA Franchise Tax Board at 800-542-9332 and you may estimate your refund here
  • Program name: Colorado Cash Back
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: $750 to each qualifying individual
  • Tax form issued: No
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? No
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact CO Cash Back Call Center at 303-951-4996. Your payment status will not be available on the Revenue Online portal.
  • Program name: Delaware Relief Rebate Program 
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: $300
  • Tax form issued: The IRS hasn't said yet
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? The IRS hasn't said yet
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact DE Division of Revenue at 302-577-8200 and select option 1 or send an email to dor_rebate@delaware.gov. Qualifying taxpayers may check payment status here
  • Program name: Hope Florida (A Pathway to Prosperity Program) administered by the Florida Department of Children and Families
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: $450 per child
  • Tax form issued: The IRS hasn't said yet
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? The IRS hasn't said yet
  • For more info: Contact FL Department of Children and Families at 850-300-4323
  • Program name: HB 1302 Tax Refund
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: $250–$500
  • Tax form issued: The IRS hasn't said yet
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? It may be taxable. If you receive a 1099-G tax form for the payment, it should be reported like you would report a state tax refund
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact GA Department of Revenue at 877-423-6711 or send a message here
  • Program name: Act 115 Refund 
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: $100–$300
  • Tax form issued: No
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? No
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact HI Department of Taxation at 808-587-4242
  • Program name: 2022 Special Session rebate and 2022 rebate 
  • Payment amounts to qualifying taxpayers:
    • 2022 Special Session rebate: $300–$600 or 10% of tax amount, whichever is greater
    • 2022 rebate: $75 per taxpayer and each dependent or 12% of tax amount, whichever is greater
  • Tax form issued: 1099-G
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? It may be taxable, should be reported like you would report a state tax refund
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact ID State Tax Commission at 800-972-7660 or taxrep@tax.idaho.gov. You can also check your rebate status here
  • Program name: Property Tax Rebate and Individual Income Tax Rebate 
  • Payment amounts to qualifying taxpayers
    • Property Tax Rebate: Equal to the property tax credit you were qualified to claim on your 2021 IL-1040 (up to a maximum of $300)
    • Individual Income Tax Rebate: $50 per person, plus $100 per dependent up to a maximum of $300 (3 dependents)
  • Tax form issued: 1099-G
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? It may be taxable, and should be reported like you would report a state tax refund
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact IL Department of Revenue at 800-732-8866 or REV.TA-IIT@illinois.gov. You can also check your rebate status here
  • Program name: $125 Automatic Taxpayer Refunds (ATR) and $200 Automatic Taxpayer Refunds (ATR)
  • Payment amounts to qualifying taxpayers
    • $125 Automatic Taxpayer Refunds (ATR): $125
    • $200 Automatic Taxpayer Refunds (ATR): $200
  • Tax form issued: 1099-G
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? It may be taxable, should be reported like you would report a state tax refund
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact IN Department of Revenue at 317-232-2240
  • Note: If you were not eligible for the initial ATR, but qualify for the $200 ATR, you must file a 2022 IN income tax return to claim the credit before 1/1/2024
  • Program name: $850 Pandemic Relief Payments 
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: $850 per taxpayer
  • Tax form issued: No
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? No
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact ME Revenue Services at 207-624-9924
  • Program name: Chapter 62F Taxpayer Refund 
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: 14.0312% of your personal income tax liability in Massachusetts for 2021
  • Tax form issued: 1099-G to refund recipients who itemized on their federal returns for 2021
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? It may be taxable and should be reported like you would report a state tax refund
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact the 62F Refund Call Center at 877-677-9727 and you may estimate your refund here
  • Program name: Frontline Worker Pay 
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: $487.45 per applicant
  • Tax form issued: The IRS hasn't said yet
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? The IRS hasn't said yet
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact MN Department of Labor and Industry at 651-284-5005
  • Program name: Middle Class Tax Rebate 
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: Equal to the tax paid after credits (line 50 on the NJ-1040 return), up to a maximum of $500
  • Tax form issued: The IRS hasn't said yet
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? It may be taxable. If you receive a 1099-G tax form for the payment, it should be reported like you would report a state tax refund
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact NJ Department of Taxation at 609-292-6400 or send a message here
  • Program name: Household Relief and Economic Relief Payments 
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers:
    • Household Relief for taxpayers who filed a 2021 NM personal income tax return:
      • First payment of $250–$500
      • Second payment of $500–$1,000, issued via equal payments of $250 or $500
    • Household Relief for taxpayers who don't file income tax returns:
      • One payment of $500–$1,000 via application
    • Economic Relief Payments: $400 to qualified households
  • Tax form issued: The IRS hasn't said yet
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? It may be taxable. If you receive a 1099-G tax form for the payment, it should be reported like you would report a state tax refund
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact NM Department of Taxation and Revenue at 866-285-2996 or send a message here
  • Note: For the Household Relief payment, non-filers who have not been claimed as a dependent can file a 2021 NM personal income tax return through 5/31/2023 to be eligible for a payment
  • Program name: One-Time Assistance Payments
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: $600 per return
  • Tax form issued: The IRS hasn't said yet
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? It may be taxable. If you receive a 1099-G tax form for the payment, it should be reported like you would report a state tax refund
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact OR Department of Revenue at 503-378-4988
  • Program name: Child Tax Rebate 
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: $250 per qualifying child, with a maximum of $750
  • Tax form issued: The IRS hasn't said yet
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? It may be taxable. If you receive a 1099-G tax form for the payment, it should be reported like you would report a state tax refund
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact RI Department of Revenue at 401-574-8242 or Tax.Assist@tax.ri.gov. You can check your rebate status here
  • Program name: Income Tax Rebate 2022 
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: Up to $800 per tax return, limited to 2021 state income tax liability
  • Tax form issued: 1099-G
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? It may be taxable and should be reported like you would report a state tax refund
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact the SC Department of Revenue at 803-722-1958​ or SCRebate@dor.sc.gov. You can check your rebate status here
  • Program name: 2022 One-Time Tax Rebate 
  • Payment amount to qualifying taxpayers: $250–$500
  • Tax form issued: 1099-G
  • Taxable on the federal tax return? It may be taxable and should be reported like you would report a state tax refund
  • Taxable on the state tax return? No
  • For more info: Contact VA Tax at 804-367-8031 and check your eligibility using the rebate lookup tool

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