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Should the state issue a 1099 for disability and family leave payments? After the family leave, I received a letter stating that they would report the amount to the IRS. My husband also has disability income that is taxable.

The income can be reported without a 1099. I have to admit it feels tidier when there are 1099 to match to the income and not just reporting what we believe the state will report.
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