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1099-G Correction Request

1099-G Correction Request
The IRS statement titled 1099-G is prepared by DETR and reports the amount an individual received in unemployment benefits last year. If you have received a Form 1099-G and you have not collected unemployment benefits in 2020 or believe the amount reported in box number one is incorrect, please complete this form in full. The submission of this form does not represent an investigation by DETR but does represent your dispute of information reported on the 1099-G form. Retain a copy of this form and all of your records for the IRS. If you do not receive a corrected 1099-G from DETR in time to file your taxes, the IRS is recommending that individuals file their tax return with the correct amount and then have documentation ready if the IRS contacts you about the discrepancy.
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Reason for the Correction Request
Please attach copy of supporting documentation.
Documentation Upload
Individuals should upload identification documents as noted on the DETR list of recommended identification documents by visiting the agency website at www.detr.nv.gov and selecting the “Unemployment Fraud” tab on the left under “Quick links”, clicking on “Report Fraud to DETR and then clicking on “Additional Resources” under the “I want to…” window.
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Notice Acknowledgement
Certification: I certify the information reported on this form is true and correct. I understand that if I intentionally make a false statement or misrepresent the facts on this form, I could be subject to criminal prosecution.
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Please print a copy of this form and retain it for your records. Upon submission of the form, DETR will investigate and you do not need to contact DETR directly. If additional information is needed, a DETR representative will contact you directly or a corrected 1099-G will be reissued. If you do not receive a corrected 1099-G from DETR in time to file your taxes, the IRS is recommending that you should file your tax return with the correct amount and have documentation ready if the IRS contacts the filer about the discrepancy.
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