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Subject:  Re: NY State and 1099-G Date:  2/19/2001  10:11 AM
Author:  irasmilo Number:  46734 of 127753

You received a 1099-G from NYS because you received a refund of income taxes paid. I have noticed this year that the 1099-Gs from NY do not necessarily match the refund reported on the 1999 income tax return. In particular, the NYC school tax credit is not included (there may be others, as well).

If you did not itemize deductions on your 1999 Federal 1040, you can ignore the 1099-G. If you did, you should fill in the worksheet to determine how much, if any, of the refund is reportable on your 2000 Form 1040.

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