Frequently Asked Questions About Form 1099-G and Form 1099-INT
- Why didn’t I receive a Form 1099-G this year?
You will only receive a Form 1099-G from the North Carolina Department of Revenue (NCDOR) if:
- You claimed itemized deductions in the prior tax year and received a refund or had an overpayment of taxes for that tax year from the NCDOR, and
- The amount of your refund or overpayment of taxes was $10 or more.
If you should have received a 1099-G but did not, or you received a 1099-G but have misplaced it and would like a duplicate copy, please contact your local service center or contact NCDOR toll-free at 1- 877-252-3052 for assistance.
The amount of refund shown on your 1099-G could be different from the amount of refund you received for any of the following reasons
- You chose to pay consumer tax with a portion of your refund or overpayment,
- You made a contribution to the NC Nongame and
Endangered Wildlife Fund with a portion of your refund or overpayment,
- You chose to apply a portion of your refund or overpayment toward the following year’s estimated tax,
- A portion of your refund or overpayment was offset to a prior tax year or external agency having a claim against your refund,
- You may have received interest which is reported separately on a 1099-INT.
No, the amount of any state or local income tax refund included as income on line 10 of your federal income tax return will be included as a deduction in the Deductions from Federal Taxable Income section on the North Carolina income tax return.
If you have any questions about your 1099-G or 1099-INT or would like to request a duplicate copy of your 1099-G or 1099-INT, please contact your local service center or contact NCDOR toll-free at 1-877-252-3052 for assistance.Source: www.dor.state.nc.us