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Department of the Treasury  
Internal Revenue Service  
Instructions for Form 1099-G  
Certain Government Payments  
(Rev. January 2022)  
Section references are to the Internal Revenue Code unless  
Statements to Recipients  
otherwise noted.  
If you are required to file Form 1099-G, you must furnish the  
same information to the recipient. Furnish a copy of Form  
1099-G or an acceptable substitute statement to each recipient,  
except as explained later under Box 2. State or Local Income  
Tax Refunds, Credits, or Offsets. Also, see part M in the current  
General Instructions for Certain Information Returns.  
Future Developments  
For the latest information about developments related to Form  
1099-G and its instructions, such as legislation enacted after  
they were published, go to IRS.gov/Form1099G.  
Truncating recipient’s TIN on payee statements. Pursuant  
to Regulations section 301.6109-4, all filers of this form may  
truncate a recipient’s TIN (social security number (SSN),  
individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN), adoption  
taxpayer identification number (ATIN), or employer identification  
number (EIN)) on payee statements. Truncation is not allowed  
on any documents the filer files with the IRS. A payer's TIN may  
not be truncated on any form. See part J in the current General  
Instructions for Certain Information Returns.  
What’s New  
Continuous-use form and instructions. Form 1099-G and  
these instructions have been converted from an annual revision  
to continuous use. Both the form and instructions will be updated  
as needed. For the most recent version, go to IRS.gov/  
In addition to these specific instructions, you should also use the  
current General Instructions for Certain Information Returns.  
Those general instructions include information about the  
following topics.  
Account Number  
The account number is required if you have multiple accounts for  
a recipient for whom you are filing more than one Form 1099-G.  
Additionally, the IRS encourages you to designate an account  
number for all Forms 1099-G that you file. See part L in the  
current General Instructions for Certain Information Returns.  
Who must file.  
When and where to file.  
Electronic reporting.  
Corrected and void returns.  
Statements to recipients.  
Taxpayer identification numbers (TINs).  
Backup withholding.  
2nd TIN Not.  
You may enter an “X” in this box if you were notified by the IRS  
twice within 3 calendar years that the taxpayer provided an  
incorrect TIN. If you mark this box, the IRS will not send you any  
further notices about this account.  
Other general topics.  
You can get the general instructions from General  
However, if you received both IRS notices in the same year,  
or if you received them in different years but they both related to  
information returns filed for the same year, do not check the box  
at this time. For purposes of the two-notices-in-3-years rule, you  
are considered to have received one notice and you are not  
required to send a second “B” notice to the taxpayer on receipt  
of the second notice. See part N in the current General  
Online PDF fillable Copies 1, B, 2, and C. To ease statement  
furnishing requirements, Copies 1, B, 2, and C are fillable online  
in a PDF format available at IRS.gov/Form1099G. You can  
complete these copies online for furnishing statements to  
recipients and for retaining in your own files.  
Instructions for Certain Information Returns for more information.  
For information on the TIN Matching System offered by  
Specific Instructions  
the IRS, see Items You Should Note in the current  
General Instructions for Certain Information Returns.  
File Form 1099-G, Certain Government Payments, if, as a unit of  
a federal, state, or local government, you made payments of  
unemployment compensation; state or local income tax refunds,  
credits, or offsets; Reemployment Trade Adjustment Assistance  
(RTAA) payments; taxable grants; or agricultural payments. You  
must also file this form if you received payments on a  
Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) loan. The officer or  
employee of the government unit having control of the  
payments, received or made, (or the designated officer or  
employee) must file Form 1099-G.  
States have experienced a surge in fraudulent  
unemployment claims. Criminals are engaging in identity  
theft (IDT) to fraudulently collect benefits across multiple  
states. For information on reporting IDT and other types of  
unemployment fraud, including claimant fraud or employer fraud,  
Box 1. Unemployment Compensation  
You must also file Form 1099-G for each person from whom  
you have withheld any federal income tax (report in box 4) under  
the backup withholding rules regardless of the amount of the  
Enter payments of $10 or more in unemployment compensation,  
including Railroad Retirement Board payments for  
unemployment. If you make payments from a contributory  
program that has been deemed to be in the nature of  
unemployment compensation, such as California's Family  
Temporary Disability Insurance payments or governmental paid  
family leave program payments, file a separate Form 1099-G for  
payments from each contributory program. Enter the total  
amount before any income tax was withheld. If you withhold  
Certain amounts that are not reportable on Form 1099-G,  
such as compensation for services, prizes, and certain  
incentives, may be reportable on Form 1099-MISC,  
Miscellaneous Information, or Form 1099-NEC, Nonemployee  
Compensation. See the Instructions for Forms 1099-MISC and  
1099-NEC for more information.  
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federal income tax at the request of the recipient, enter it in  
box 4; see the instructions below.  
Voluntary withholding. Enter any voluntary federal withholding  
on unemployment compensation, CCC loans, and certain crop  
disaster payments. If you withhold state income tax, see Boxes  
10a Through 11. State Information, later. However, you are not  
required to report state withholding to the IRS.  
Box 2. State or Local Income Tax Refunds,  
Credits, or Offsets  
Enter refunds, credits, or offsets of state or local income tax of  
$10 or more you made to recipients. These include refunds or  
carryforward credits of overpayments of tax due to refundable  
state tax credits and incentive payments that are paid under an  
existing state tax law and administered by the state taxing  
agency. Filmmaker incentive credits, home improvement credits  
paid in low-income areas, and solar panel installation credits are  
some types of state programs which are generally reportable in  
box 2, to the extent a refund is paid by the state taxing agency or  
amount allowed as carryforward credit to the next tax year.  
Do not enter in box 2 payments that are not state income tax  
refunds, credits, or offsets. This may include payments made  
under state grant, incentive, subsidy, or other individual  
assistance programs. Taxable grants are reported in box 6; see  
the instructions below. If recipients deducted the tax paid to a  
state or local government on their federal income tax returns,  
any refunds, credits, or offsets may be taxable to them. You are  
not required to furnish a copy of Form 1099-G or a substitute  
statement to the recipient if you can determine that the recipient  
did not claim itemized deductions on the recipient's federal  
income tax return for the tax year giving rise to the refund, credit,  
or offset. However, you must file Form 1099-G with the IRS in all  
Voluntary withholding on RTAA payments is not  
Box 5. RTAA Payments  
Enter RTAA payments of $600 or more that you paid to eligible  
individuals under the Reemployment Trade Adjustment  
Assistance program.  
Box 6. Taxable Grants  
Enter any amount of a taxable grant administered by a federal,  
state, or local program to provide subsidized energy financing or  
grants for projects designed to conserve or produce energy, but  
only with respect to energy property or a dwelling unit located in  
the United States. Also, enter any amount of a taxable grant  
administered by an Indian tribal government.  
Report amounts of other taxable grants of $600 or more.  
State and local grants are ordinarily taxable for federal income  
purposes. A federal grant is ordinarily taxable unless stated  
otherwise in the legislation authorizing the grant. Do not report  
scholarship or fellowship grants. See Scholarships in the  
Instructions for Forms 1099-MISC and 1099-NEC.  
A tax on dividends, a tax on net gains from the sale or  
exchange of a capital asset, and a tax on the net taxable income  
of an unincorporated business are taxes on gain or profit rather  
than on gross receipts. Therefore, they are income taxes, and  
any refund, credit, or offset of $10 or more of these taxes is  
reportable on Form 1099-G. In the case of the dividends tax and  
the capital gains tax, if you determine that the recipient did not  
itemize deductions, as explained above, you are not required to  
furnish a Form 1099-G or substitute statement to the recipient.  
However, in the case of the tax on unincorporated businesses,  
you must furnish a Form 1099-G or substitute statement to the  
recipient in all cases, as this is a tax that applies exclusively to  
income from a trade or business. See Box 8. Trade or Business  
Income (Checkbox), later, and Rev. Rul. 86-140, 1986-2 C.B.  
If you pay interest of $600 or more on the refund, you must  
file Form 1099-INT, Interest Income, and furnish a statement to  
the recipient. For interest payments of less than $600, you may  
choose to enter the amount with an appropriate designation  
such as “Interest Income” in the blank box on Copy B of the  
Form 1099-G.  
Box 7. Agriculture Payments  
Enter USDA agricultural subsidy payments made during the  
year, including market facilitation program payments. If you are a  
nominee that received subsidy payments for another person, file  
Form 1099-G to report the actual owner of the payments and  
report the amount of the payments in box 7.  
Box 8. Trade or Business Income (Checkbox)  
If the amount in box 2 is a refund, credit, or offset attributable to  
an income tax that applies exclusively to income from a trade or  
business and is not a tax of general application, enter an “X” in  
this box.  
Box 9. Market Gain  
Report market gain associated with the repayment of a CCC  
loan whether repaid using cash or CCC certificates.  
Boxes 10a Through 11. State Information  
These boxes may be used by filers who participate in the  
Combined Federal/State Filing Program and/or who are required  
to file paper copies of this form with a state tax department. See  
Pub. 1220 for more information regarding the Combined  
Federal/State Filing Program. They are provided for your  
convenience only and need not be completed for the IRS. Use  
the state information boxes to report payments for up to two  
states. Keep the information for each state separated by the  
dash line. In box 10a, enter the abbreviated name of the state. In  
box 10b, enter the filer's state identification number. The state  
number is the filer's identification number assigned by the  
individual state. In box 11, enter the amount of any state income  
tax withheld.  
Box 3. Box 2 Amount Is for Tax Year  
No entry is required in box 3 if the refund, credit, or offset is for  
the current tax year. If it is for any other tax year, enter the year  
for which the refund, credit, or offset was made. Also, if the  
refunds, credits, or offsets are for more than 1 tax year, report  
the amount for each year on a separate Form 1099-G. Use the  
format “YYYY” to make the entry in this box. For example, enter  
“2020,” not “20.”  
Box 4. Federal Income Tax Withheld  
Backup withholding. Enter backup withholding on payments  
required to be reported in box 5, 6, or 7. You must backup  
withhold on such payments at a rate of 24% if a recipient does  
not furnish its TIN to you or if you are notified by the IRS that the  
TIN is incorrect (Notice CP2100 or CP2100A). For more  
information on backup withholding, see part N in the current  
General Instructions for Certain Information Returns.  
If a state tax department requires that you send them a paper  
copy of this form, use Copy 1 to provide information to the state  
tax department. Give Copy 2 to the recipient for use in filing the  
recipient's state income tax return.  
Instructions for Form 1099-G (Rev. 1-2022)