The 1099G form reports the gross amount of unemployment compensation you have received, not the net amount. Once you subtract the federal and state income taxes from your 1099G amount, it should match what you actually received.
In some cases, your 1099G form may be incorrect because benefit checks or Reliacard payments were returned to OED or because repayments were not applied before your 1099G was issued. We will send you an amended 1099G after we review your benefit payments.
If you need to file your taxes before receiving your amended 1099G, click here for more information on how to file without your amended 1099G. If you have more questions, please out our Contact Us form.
If your 1099G form does not match your records and is extremely far off (for example, you received $5,000 in benefits but your 1099G form says you received $15,000), please let us know. Fill out this formso a member of our Benefit Payment Control team can review your claim for possible fraud. For instructions on what to do if your identity has been stolen, visit the IRS website.