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1099-G Forms Will Be Mailed This Month

by Audri Smith | Jan 13, 2020

In January of each year, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 1099-G is prepared and mailed by the Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) to each claimant who received unemployment compensation during the previous calendar year. This form shows the total amount of unemployment compensation paid during the calendar year and if elected, will show state or federal income taxes withheld. This same information is also provided to the IRS.

1099-G forms will be mailed to claimants prior to Jan. 31, 2020. Read more here.


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  1. Thomas Maier | Jul 06, 2020
     Also need 1099-G reprint.  Cannot find.  Need to do taxes and didn't receive ours this year (or lost it).
  2. tim | Feb 24, 2020

    There is no option to request a 1099 g reprint that I can find.

    on the https://www.getkansasbenefits.gov/ page. How does one get a reprint?

    plz help

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