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Mar 31, 2011
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1099 G Form
by: Stephanie

Hello,

You will have to claim the state refund amount you received from the previous year as income if you itemized last year, even if you have not received the form.

If you didn't itemize (use form schedule A) then you don't have to claim the refund as income.

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