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Form 1099-G received from the State of New York may reflect a different amount than what was actually received as a refund in the prior year. For example, both the school tax credit and the use tax on a return are adjusted as needed before the amount is calculated for the Form 1099-G. Click Here for an explanation why the amount on Form 1099-G may differ based on various items. It is not the actual cash amount refunded that should be entered, but the amount from the Form 1099-G received from the State of New York.

Click Here to find information about getting your Form 1099-G, including those for Metropolitan Commuter Transportation Mobility Tax filers (MCTMT).


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