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Please provide your state's EIN and address that would be shown on 1099Gs

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Frequently clients don't bring us the 1099Gs for the state refunds and we are held up waiting to get the EINs and addresses that would appear on the 1099Gs. I'd like to compile a listing of that information that anyone here could access to get on with their work. If you respond in this topic, I'll update this alphabetized list to incorporate your entries.

I started with the 4 states filled in that I most commonly work with:

Alabama    #63-6000619   Alabama Department of Revenue, 50 Ripley Street, Mongomery, AL 36132-7410

Arizona      #86-6004791  Arizona Dept of Revenue 1600 W Monroe Phoenix Az 85007

Arkansas   #71-6006690  PO BOX 2981, LITTLE ROCK, AR 72203-2981

California - for inc tax refunds:  #68-0204061  Franchise Tax Board,  PO Box 942840,  Sacramento, CA  94240-0010

California - for unemployment:  #94-2650401  Employment Development Department,

                   Unemployment Insurance Integrity and Accounting Division MIC 16A, PO Box 2408 Rancho Cordova, CA  95741-2408

California - Info for both the state refund and unemployment is available through the client's account at http://www.ftb.ca.gov/

Colorado   #84-0644739  Colorado Department of Revenue, Denver CO 80261-0005   http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/Revenue/REVX/1176842266433

Connecticut -  (CT does NOT mail)  What's My 2013 1099-G Amount?  updated link that allows simply to enter SSN without registering: http://www.ct.gov/drs/cwp/view.asp?a=1433&q=493900

Delaware -    #51-6000279  State of Delaware, P O Box 8763, Wilmington, DE 19899

Georgia -  58-6002015 -Georgia Dept. of Revenue, 1800 Century Center Blvd., Atlanta, GA 30345
Hawaii -  # 99-0277227   State of Hawaii, Department of Taxation, PO BOX 259, Honolulu, HI 96809-0259
Idaho   #82-0418478   Idaho State Tax Commission  PO Box 36  Boise  ID  83722-0410
Illinois    http://tax.illinois.gov/#t=tab1&panel1-1

        For Illinois inc tax retunds -  #37-6002057.  P.O. Box 19044, Springfield, IL  62794-9044

        For Illinois Department of Employment Security - #36-3042127.  P.O. Box 802551, Chicago, IL  60680-2551

Indiana-  #35-6000158  INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, 10 SENATE AVE, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46204-2277
Iowa     # 42-6004574   Iowa Department of Revenue, Compliance Services - Individual,  PO Box 10456, Des Moines, IA 50306-0456

Kansas   #48-1124839   Kansas Department of Revenue, Robert Docking State Office Building,915 SW Harrison Street, Topeka, KS 66612

Kansas City, MO -  #44-6000201   The City of Kansas City, MO,  414 East 12th Street,  Kansas City, MO 64106

Kentucky -  #61-0600439   Kentucky Department of Revenue
Louisiana -   #72-6000805;  LA Dept of Revenue, P O Box 3440, Baton Rouge LA 70821
Maine
Maryland - # 52-6002033  State of Maryland, Comptroller of Maryland, 110 Carroll Street, Annapolis, MD  21411-0001
Massachusetts   MassDOR  #04-6002284   same # for MassDUA   http://www.mass.gov/dor/
Michigan -   #38-6000134   Michigan Dept of Treas,  PO Box 30757   Lansing, MI  48909

Minnesota   Minnesota  #9000001,  Mn. Revenue, 658 Cedar St., St. Paul, Mn. 55155,    Fed ID:  #41-6007162

Mississippi   -  MS Dept of Revenue = 64-6000832 ,  MS Dept of Employment Security = 64-6000765

Missouri   #43-1283723   Missouri Department of Revenue,  P O Box 2200,  Jefferson City, MO 65105

Montana
Nebraska  For income taxes - #47-0491233   State of Nebraska, Department of Revenue, P.O. Box 94818, Lincoln, NE 68509-4818

                 For Unemployment - #36-3045902  Nebraska Department of Labor, 550 South Sixteenth Street, P.O. Box 94600, Lincoln, NE 68509-4600

New Hampshire
New Jersey -  #21-6000928  State of New Jersey, Division of Taxation, P O Box 019, Trenton, NJ 08695-0019  https://www1.state.nj.us/TYTR_Saver/jsp/TGI_1099/NJ1099Login.jsp  ///

New Jersey -  #22-2488181  New Jersey Department of Labor, Unemployment Insurance, P O Box 916, Trenton NJ  08625-0916

 

New Mexico
New York -  (NY does not mail 1099G)  available online at:  https://www8.tax.ny.gov/PIGI/pigiHome

                   refunds:  #14-6013200, New York State Dept. of Taxation and Finance,  WA Harriman Campus, Albany, NY 12227

                   unemployment:  #27-0293117, NYS Dept. of Labor, Payment Unit, Bldg 12, POB 621, Albany, NY 12201

North Carolina -  #56-1611838   NC Dept of Revenue,  PO Box 25000,  Raleigh NC 27640
North Dakota -   #45-0309764   State of North Dakota  600 E Boulevard Ave  Bismark  ND  58505-0599
Ohio -  # 31-6402047  State of Ohio, Department of Taxation, PO BOX 2476 , COLUMBUS, OH 43216-2476
Oklahoma -  # 73-6017987
Oregon -  # 93-6001960
Pennsylvania - # 23-6003112   State of Pennsylvania, P O Box 280508, Harrisburg, PA 17128-0508. 1099Gs no longer mailed, avail online:  http://www.revenue.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/1099-g_information___access/20636, 

Rhode Island -  #05-6000522   State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, Division of Taxation, One Capital Hill, Providence RI  02908-5800

South Carolina   #45-3695561   State of South Carolina, Dept of Revenue, PO Box 125,  Columbia, SC  29214

Tennessee

Texas    #74-2764775,  Texas Workforce Commission, 101 E 15th Street,  Austin, TX 78778-0001
Utah  -  # 87-6000545
Vermont (as provided by a Guest):  EIN 03-0350860 ,  133 State Street, Montpelier, VT  05633

Virginia  For tax refunds:  #54-6001734  Department of Taxation, PO Box 1115,  Richmond, VA 23218-1115

Virginia  For unemployment comp: #54-6001795   Commonwealth of Virginia, Virginia Employment Commission, PO Box 2249, Richmond, VA 23218-2249

West Virginia -  # 55-6000816,  WV State Tax Dept,  P OBox 2389,  Charleston WV 25328

Wisconsin  #39-6006491  1099G available online at: http://www.dor.state.wi.us/eserv/Form1099G/index.html
 

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Forms 1099-G from CT and NY are NOT mailed but are available online.

Why go to all that extra work? For a continuing client you already have the refund amount and relevant prior year Sch A info (I don't have to enter anything at all in ProSystem fx). For a new client you type in refund amount and relevant Sch A info. Nowhere in the return does it require an EIN for a refund.

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Forms 1099-G from CT and NY are NOT mailed but are available online.

Why go to all that extra work? For a continuing client you already have the refund amount and relevant prior year Sch A info (I don't have to enter anything at all in ProSystem fx). For a new client you type in refund amount and relevant Sch A info. Nowhere in the return does it require an EIN for a refund.

Lion:

All the info was there, from Prior year. But ATX rolls it, puts in "MD" in the company name box, and the rest is blank. You have to fill in the rest. And if you are like me, you only have the MD info, not the other states.

Something that makes me cranky as well.

Thanks for posting this, JKL

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Missouri Department of Revenue

P O Box 2200

Jefferson City, MO 65105

43-1283723

Kansas Department of Revenue

Robert Docking State Office Building

915 SW Harrison Street

Topeka, KS 66612

48-1124839

The City of Kansas City, MO

414 East 12th Street

Kansas City, MO 64106

44-6000201

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What are you entering the 1099Gs? I just enter the amounts on the Line 10 State Tax Refund worksheet. If there's only one, I just enter the dollar amount on line 1a. Boom. Done.BE6IoHN.jpg

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Lion:

All the info was there, from Prior year. But ATX rolls it, puts in "MD" in the company name box, and the rest is blank. You have to fill in the rest. And if you are like me, you only have the MD info, not the other states.

Something that makes me cranky as well.

Thanks for posting this, JKL

There isn't any "rest" to fill in on the worksheet. Are you trying to recreate a Form 1099-G? You don't have to go to all that work. (If you really want to, then look of the 1099-G online.)

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OK, what if it was unemployment or TRAA instead of a state refund and the person doesn't have the 1099G but knows the amount? Lion, not all states have the information available online.

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If your client has the amount and knows it was unemployment, then you're set. If he doesn't know one of those, send him to research or find his 1099. I'm a tax preparer, not his personal secretary.

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If your client has the amount and knows it was unemployment, then you're set. If he doesn't know one of those, send him to research or find his 1099. I'm a tax preparer, not his personal secretary.

Lion:

I agree... and they don't know the amount of unemployment, was it 200 a week or 215? and 36 weeks or 38?

But, when you push the efile button, and the error shows up, you gotta clear it....

JM Davis: Next year, you will see what we are talking about.... ;)

Rich

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Lion, I'm not anyone's secretary either, but sometimes we run into a situation where looking something up is faster than waiting on the client to find it and get back to us. I was trying to provide a list that might be useful to some. If it isn't for you, OK then, you may ignore it.

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Keep in mind that 1099-G info for state tax refunds and unemployment compensation may be different, depending upon the state.

Personally, I often find it easier to look up missing info than to bother with send an email to the client and wait for a response. (Or worse, call them on the phone - what a waste of time.) It's much more efficient to get it myself in many cases - another situation where the extra monitor and/or iPad comes in handy. It's all about the "2-minute rule" for me. If it can be wrapped up in 2 minutes or less,I just do it.

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I started this topic because Joan was looking for info for 2 states. Thinking about why she may need this, entering the data on the worksheet for 1099G gives the preparer the ability to designate whether that income is for the TP or SP. Entering directly on the worksheet for line 10 does not give the preparer the ability to make that distinction.

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But my point is that you do NOT have to do it !! The IRS does not get the EIN anyway, so why spend even two minutes looking it up?!

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It's 2 minutes or less, and it's a good efficiency rule for any task, which is the larger issue I was addressing. My most common lookup is property taxes when clients forget to give me the amount and it isn't paid through escrow. I keep the local tax collector's web site on my "Favorites" tab, so one click and a quick entry for the address gets me the info I need. Probably takes less time that required to type an email, and definitely less time than a phone call. (I hate phone calls. The only thing more wasteful of time is a client sitting in my office).

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Next year I will discard the 1099G and enter on the aforementioned line 10 worksheet. ;)

JM:

Actually the worksheet will be populated next year, you won't have to fill it out.

Its just when you ask to create the efile, it asks to complete all the blocks on the 1099G input screen. You can delete the entire 1099G and you are done.

But the info is already there from last year, they just created a new entry in ATX for this year!

Just another one of those "that is how they designed it" moments.

Rich

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MY OH MY - IF THAT ISN'T TRUE - client sitting In office and then saying you'll lose your credibility if you file so and so late (his brother) and this is his 4th visit - if you were not here so much - I would have had time!

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All the required information is already on the worksheet. You do NOT need to add an EIN.attachicon.gifUntitled.png

Well, if the preparer WANTS to use the 1099G entry in ATX, the ATX program REQUIRES it for efiling.

When I used ATX, I liked this feature, because as I stated in my earlier post, the 1099G input in ATX allows the preparer to designate whether it is for the taxpayer or spouse whereas the direct input for line 10 in ATX does not. I have many returns where the TP and SP work in different states that generate refunds from more than one state, AND Delaware allows MFS on the same form, SO IT IS NECESSARY to designate whose refund it is. Otherwise, using the direct input worksheet for line 10, I would have had to enter overrides on the state return, and I don't like to override if the program will easily do that work for me whenever possible. Entering on the 1099G input screen was not a big deal. ATX rolls the amounts and states forward and I already had the EINs to enter. It was quicker and had less of a chance of me making a typo error re-entering the amount as a direct entry on the worksheet for line 10.

Just because you don't have any need to enter this data does NOT mean that others here are in that same situation, or maybe some of us PREFER to do something a differently than you do.

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