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...but, it's my first time dealing with this.

background: some of my dividends from 2009 and 2010 were reclassified as "return of capital". I filed amended returns for both years last fall (with help from the gurus here!). For 2009 I received a refund from the amended return, for 2010 I had to pay more.

So this year I have to declare all this. I have the 2009 extra refund, the original 2010 refund, and the amended 2010 extra payment. I'm using Turbo Tax. I have two 1099Gs from my state. T-Tax asked for the 2010 1099G, and now is asking about total payments and withhold for 2010. I believe that is line 37 on my 2010 AZ form. Should I include the 1099G for 2009 with this? It wasn't a payment, it was an extra refund.

TIA,
1poorguy
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