Tax Information

Reemployment Assistance benefits are taxable income. You can elect to withhold 10% of your weekly benefit amount to cover your taxes due to the IRS. This can be handled after logging into your claim under “View and Maintain Account Information” and selecting “Payment Method and Tax Withholding Options.”    

You can log into CONNECT and click on “My 1099G/49T” to view and print the forms. For additional questions, please review our 1099-G frequently asked questions, here

1099-G

The 1099-G is the tax form the department issues in January for the purposes of filing your taxes. The 1099-G will detail the amount of benefits paid to you during a specific year as well as any amounts withheld and paid to the IRS. They are made available by January 31st for the prior tax year.

49T

The form 49T is a courtesy form providing claimants with a receipt of repayment that provides the amount paid to a Reemployment Assistance overpayment in a specific tax year. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the 49T form will not be provided for the 2020 tax year. Any repayments to the Department through check or credit card can be used for your record keeping.


You can receive a copy of your tax forms multiple ways:


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An electronic copy

1099-G & 49T

Log into CONNECTand go to "My 1099-G & 49Ts" in the main menu. This is the fastest method for receiving your tax forms if you selected "Electronic" as your correspondence type. They are available year-round for the last 5 years.

mailed copy

1099-G & 49T

Copies will be mailed in late-January to the address on record if you selected "US Mail" as your correspondence type. Please keep your address updated in CONNECT. If you have mail forwarding, the United States Postal Service will forward your tax forms.

To request
Duplicate 1099-G, Amended 1099-G, an Explanation of amounts or Report you did not file a claim.

1099-G

Please visit the
Reemployment Assistance Help Center




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

RESOURCES

It is not necessary to use friends or family members for interpretive services. DEO offers assistance to people who do not speak English as their primary language and those who have a limited ability to read, speak, write, or understand English. We also provide assistance to people who are unable to file a claim for various reasons. To speak to a Creole or Spanish speaker or use translation services, call the Customer Service Contact Center: 1-833-FL-APPLY (1-833-352-7759) Mon. - Fri. 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

People who need assistance filing a claim online because of legal reasons, computer illiteracy, language barriers, or disabilities may call: 1-833-FL-APPLY (1-833-352-7759).

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For Frequently Asked Questions, please call
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Reemployment Assistance Help Center 

For Individuals:
Reemployment Assistance Hotline
1-833-352-7759

For Employers:
DEO Employer Customer Service Call Center

1-833-352-7759

Report Fraud or Identity Theft

FRAUD HOTLINE
1-833-352-7759

 Reemployment Assistance fraud is a 3rd degree felony. Each offense is punishable by up to 5 years in prison and up to $5,000 fine.


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