Is Form UC-1099G a bill for unemployment received in 2015
and do I need to repay the amount listed?
No, Form UC-1099G is not a bill and you do not need to
repay any of the amounts disclosed in the form.
Why do I need Form UC-1099G for 2015 when my
company’s Holiday shutdown was in 2014 and my employer
submitted our unemployment claim in 2014?
Unemployment benefits are reported to the IRS via Form
UC-1099G when it was paid to the claimant.
Therefore, if the shutdown was at the end of 2014 and
benefits were paid in January 2015, those earnings would be
reported in Form UC-1099G for 2015.
I see a figure reported in #3 “AMOUNT REPAID”of the Form
UC-1099G, what does it mean?
The figure reported in #3 “AMOUNT REPAID” is for
payment(s) you made in 2015 for a past unemployment
I don’t agree with the amounts reported in Form
UC-1099G. What can I do?
Please note that #3 “Total Unemployment Compensation
Payments” includes all payments made to you in 2015 and any
federal and state taxes withheld and any child support
deductions. For amounts that are related to a past
overpayment, please contact the Benefit Payment Control Unit
(BPCU) at (860) 263-6325.
Form UC-1099G for 2015 shows that either no taxes were
taken out or too little taxes were taken out. Is there
anything that can be done to correct this issue?
No, because payments have been made already.
Copy “A” was not included with Form UC-1099G, why?
Copy “A” was sent electronically to the IRS thus
excluded from the hardcopy.