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Old 03-03-2009, 02:49 PM
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Unemployment over payment paid back

I paid back around 800.00 of unemployment last year. I did not receive any form from the state for my taxes. (I paid taxes on the money and then paid the money back.) Shouldn't I have gotten a form for this?

If so, is it okay to just not claim the payback so I can get my taxes done since it would be a claim to my benefit and not the state's anyway?

Thanks.



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