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Where do I enter a South Carolina Department of Revenue 1099-G/INT?

SOLVEDby TurboTax251Updated March 23, 2022

The South Carolina Department of Revenue combines two traditionally separate tax forms—the 1099-G and 1099-INT—into a combined 1099-G/INT form.

This combined form reports prior-year tax refunds, credits, and interest issued by the South Carolina Department of Revenue.

If your 1099-G/INT reports a prior-year South Carolina tax refund or credit (the most likely scenario), enter it just as you would a Form 1099-G.

If it's for interest income, you'd enter it as a Form 1099-INT.

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