Q) I still do not have my 1099G from my unemployment last year. It’s getting a little late to be filing taxes. I’ve checked several times on the website it continues to tell me that it doesn’t recognize my email address. It will not let me in. I have tried every day for several months. Could you please send me a text to this number 813-***-7526 or simply mail me a copy of my 1099 t******* Dr., Plant city FL 33563 My date of birth is 10 4***
A) If you are unable to access your 1099-G form online and the website is not recognizing your email address, it may be a technical issue or an error with the information you provided when you filed your claim.
One solution would be to contact the unemployment office that handles your claim and inquire about the status of your 1099-G form. They should be able to provide you with information about why you have not received the form yet and what steps you need to take to resolve the issue. They may also be able to provide you with a physical copy or a PDF version of the form, which you can use to file your taxes.
If you are unable to reach the unemployment office or if the office is not able to help you, you can also contact the IRS for assistance. The IRS has a toll-free number for taxpayers who need assistance with their taxes: 1-800-829-1040.
It’s also important to note that the due date for filing taxes and paying taxes owed to the IRS for tax year 2022 is April 15th,2023. If you are unable to file your taxes on time, you can request an extension by filing Form 4868 by the due date. Keep in mind that an extension of time to file is not an extension of time to pay.
Please let me know if there’s anything else I can help you with.