Per the IRS, “Remember – unemployment compensation is taxable. Millions of Americans received unemployment compensation last year, and it’s fully taxable in 2021. The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 allowed an exclusion of unemployment compensation of up to $10,200 for 2020 only.”
This means, that if you received unemployment, you will need to provide your 1099-G statement to your tax preparer. Unfortunately, sometimes, these forms aren’t automatically sent to the recipient in the mail, so the recipient has to access their states website to download the form. Below, please find links to all 50 states unemployment websites.
New Hampshire https://www.nhes.nh.gov/services/claimants/file.htm
North Carolina https://www.nc.gov/services/unemployment-benefits
North Dakota https://www.benefits.gov/benefit/1773
Rhode Island http://www.dlt.ri.gov/ui/ClaimantInfo.htm
South Dakota https://fileunemployment.org/south-dakota/
West Virginia https://workforcewv.org/unemployment