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Old 02-15-2015, 09:33 PM
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1099-g, HELP!!!!!!

I received a 1099-g AFTER filing and acceptance of federal and state taxes. I was freaking out a bit but...I went online to where I filed my 2014 taxes (taxact) and adjusted my "income" under the federal tab-to include the 1099G amount (because I did itemize last year and so I believe this amount, state refund, IS taxable!?--not sure)...and went through the sub sections again...it looks like, the refund that is coming to me now.....is still the same even with this 1099-g included in the information..............so, since there is no change to what i pay or receive this year I am going to assume that I dont need to amend my taxes, and I can leave alone the federal and state tax forms that I have already filed/and that have already been accepted.....is this correct? It seems like it wouldnt be necessary to file a 1040x because I received this 1099-g if it doesnt affect my tax statement (payments/refunds).......

this is so confusing because in fact i have never received this form before, and i have always gotten a state refund so I dont understand why I got it in the first place but also WHY ITS LATE COMING TO ME!!!!!!!!!...........

Right now I see no need for a 1040x...and if it doesnt affect anything Ill assume that this may NOT be taxable and or my credits or whatever still allow for the same dollar amount of refund and this 1099g doesnt matter much...? This 1099-g also doesnt look like others Ive seen when I google'd what its supposed to look like...it stated its COPY B for recipient and only has lines 2/3/4..thats it...? so perhaps this means nothing...im not sure because I have never received it as I said....

please can someone confirm that I dont need to amend anything, to me, logically, it seems thats the answer....but I also dont want to get screwed!



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