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    State Refund, I need to borrow your brain

    Ok, for 2010 client filed a NR NJ tax return due to client had a NJ W-2. NJ witheld $10K of NJ income tax and client was trying to get it all refunded. Its didnt work completely and NJ refunded my client $6K in summer of 2011. Should have NJ issued my client a 1099-G for the $6K?

    #2
    Itemized in 2010?

    If they itemized in 2010, then the 10k was deducted from taxable income, and whether or not they received a 1099G, the 6k refund is taxable.

    If they did not itemize in 2010, the 10k was never deducted from taxable income, and whether or not they received a 1099G, the 6k is NOT taxable.
    "I am proud to pay taxes in the United States. The only thing is I could be just as proud for half the money." Arthur Godfrey

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      #3
      Forms 1099-G Online

      https://www1.state.nj.us/TYTR_Saver/...J1099Login.jsp

      NJ may be like NY and no longer mail Forms 1099-G. You can look it up online at the above link.

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        #4
        Mailed 1099g

        In VA, the 1099G is a flimsy index card-size post card that any fool could zip open, and wa-LAH, Name, Address and yes, FULL SS#.

        They shouldn't be mailing them at all, IMO.
        "I am proud to pay taxes in the United States. The only thing is I could be just as proud for half the money." Arthur Godfrey

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