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Frequently Asked Questions About Form 1099G

11. I don't recall receiving a refund in that amount. How can I verify that it was issued?

If you requested a refund check, you can request a photocopy of the cancelled check. If you requested a direct deposit to your bank account, you would have to check your bank statement and account information.



 
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  q1 - What is Form 1099G?
  q2 - Can I receive my 1099G electronically?
  q3 - What should I do with my Form 1099G? Do I need to pay this amount?
  q4 - I have not received a 1099G before. What should I do with it?
  q5 - I never received the refund, offset or credit claimed on the 1099G because it was applied to a back-year Maryland tax liability. Why should I have to report this money as income?
  q6 - I never received the refund, offset or credit claimed on the 1099G...Do I still have to report the refund, offset or credit as income?
  q7 - I had an overpayment on a previous return, but the money was applied as a credit for estimated taxes on the following year's return. Since I didn't receive a refund check, do I still have to report this as income on my federal tax return?
  q8 - The 1099G states that the refund, offset or credit was issued for a previous year and not the current year. Why should I have to report it on the following year's return?
  q9 - I did have an refund for the amount listed on the 1099G, but I made a contribution to the Chesapeake Bay Fund on my tax return. Do I have to report this as income?
  q10 - Why is the amount on the 1099G different from the refund or credit I claimed on my tax return?
  q11 - I don't recall receiving a refund in that amount. How can I verify that it was issued?
  q12 - The address on the 1099G is incorrect. How can I have it corrected?
  q13 - How do I get a duplicate Form 1099G?
  q14 - Do I need to attach the 1099G to my return?
  q15 - Is my refund taxable to the IRS?
  q16 - I received a 1099G. Is this a refund that I should be receiving in the mail?
  q17 - How long will my consent to receive an electronic 1099-G remain in effect?
  q18 - How do I obtain a paper copy of my 1099-G after withdrawing consent?
  q19 - How long will my 1099-G remain online to be accessed?
  q20 - What software requirements are needed to view my 1099-G?
  q21 - What if I want a paper copy and still keep my electronic consent?
  q22 - Can I receive my 1099G electronically?
  q23 - How do I withdraw my consent after I have provided it
  q 24 - How do I change my email address
 
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