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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.

I don't know the answer to your question, but it sounds conceptually similar to New York not issuing 1099-G's for state tax refunds. I can look at last year's return, or I can get it off the NY tax website; but it doesn't just come in the mail.

I'd think if it's reported to the IRS, the state ought to make it available to you somehow, even if you have to go to a website and print it out for your records.

Unfortunately, "ought to" and "does" aren't always the same thing when it comes to taxes.

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