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1099-G Information and Access

Effective October 30, 2020, the online system for 1099-G information, DOR e-Services, will no longer be available. The ability to access 1099-G information will transition to the Department of Revenue's new online e-services system, myPATH, starting on November 30, 2020.

If you have any questions, please submit them through the department's Online Customer Service Center.

For more information on myPATH, visit

Taxpayers and practitioners can access an electronic version of Forms 1099-G via the Personal Income Tax e-Services Center. To access a Form 1099-G electronically, a taxpayer must first register for an e-signature account by establishing a User ID and Password. Taxpayers and practitioners can also access the amount of overpayments reported on the Forms 1099-G. To retrieve the overpayment amount from the Form(s) 1099-G, you will need the taxpayer’s Social Security number, current home address ZIP code and last name.

About Form 1099-G

Form 1099-G is a federal form that the Internal Revenue Service requires be provided to taxpayers to remind them of the Pennsylvania income tax refunds or credits they received the previous year.

The 1099-G will affect the filing of your federal income tax return if you itemized deductions the prior year and claimed state income tax paid as a deduction. In such case, you will need to use the 1099-G in filing your federal income tax return for the subsequent year.

For more information about Form 1099-G, review the Frequently Asked Questions Form 1099-G and Form 1099-INT.

If you have questions about where to report this credit or refund on your federal tax return, please call the IRS at 1-800-829-1040.