Form 1099G: Because the refund may be taxable, you may need to report some or all of the refund shown on Form 1099G on your federal return if you itemized last year. To figure how much to report, complete the worksheet included in your federal booklet for line 10 of federal Form 1040. For more information, you may need to contact the Internal Revenue Service. If you include the Oregon refund on line 10, federal Form 1040, you will subtract it on line 15 of your Oregon Form 40.
Form 1099INT: Interest is taxable to both federal and Oregon. You will need to report the income on your returns.
The federal identification number is 93-6001960.
You are not required to attach
these forms to the federal or state returns. If you know the correct amounts, you can complete your return without them. If you don't know the amounts, you should call the Tax Services Unit for assistance at 503-378-4988 or 1-800-356-4222
(toll-free from an Oregon prefix).
Call the Internal Revenue Service for assistance.
Call the Tax Services Unit for assistance at 503-378-4988 or 1-800-356-4222 (toll-free from an Oregon prefix).
No. The tax year indicated on Form 1099G represents the year the refund was issued to you.
Call the Tax Services Unit at
503-378-4988 or 1-800-356-4222 (toll-free from an Oregon prefix). If the amount is wrong, we will send you a corrected Form 1099G/Form 1099INT for you to keep with your records. We will also send the corrected
information to the IRS. You should use the correct amount when you file your return.
We issued the refund to you, and
based on your instructions, we applied the money to your estimated tax
account. This does not change the fact that a refund was issued to you,
so we are required to report the refund on Form 1099G.
Form 1099G: The Department of Revenue issues this form as an informational statement for your records. It reports all refunds the department issued during the tax year specified. If refunds are issued for more than one tax year, they are reported on separate Form 1099Gs.
Form 1099INT: The Department of Revenue issues this to inform you of interest paid during the tax year specified.
We issued the refund to you. Even
though it was applied to an outstanding account, we are required to report it as a refund you were entitled to receive. If your refund was
applied to income tax for another year, you should follow instructions
for federal Schedule A, line 5, or call the Internal Revenue Service for assistance.