IRS Releases Continual Use Form 1099-G

Jesse Rooney
March 16, 2022

The IRS has revised its Form 1099-G and instructions.  The form reports certain government payments made to recipients, most notably unemployment compensation.

The revised form moves from a per-year form to a continual use form designed to have little or no modifications for subsequent years.

There are no fundamental changes to the form nor its instructions.  The changes to accommodate the continual use form are not material to filing processes.

To review the new Form 1099-G, please follow this link.

To review the instructions for the new Form 1099-G, please follow this link.

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Jesse Rooney

Jesse Rooney is regulatory counsel for Sovos. His research focuses on tax information reporting. He is a member of the Massachusetts bar.
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