Tax Information (Form 1099G)
Form 1099G reports the total taxable income we issue you in a calendar year, and is reported to the IRS. As taxable income, these payments must be reported on your federal tax return, but they are exempt from California state income tax.
Total taxable Unemployment Insurance (UI) includes:
- UI benefits
- Disability Insurance(DI) benefits received as a substitute for UI benefits
- DisasterUnemployment Assistance (DUA) benefits
- Paid Family Leave(PFL) benefits
Note: Benefits are taxed based on the date the payment was issued.
Receive Form 1099G
You will receive Form 1099G for the most recent tax year during the last week of January by mail and your UI OnlineSM account will be updated with this information by January 31st.
Form 1099G tax information is available for up to five years through UI Online.
Note: If an adjustment was made to your Form 1099G, it will not be available online. Call 1-866-401-2849, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to12 noon (Pacific Time), except on California state holidays.
Request a Copy of Your Form 1099G
Follow these steps:
- Log in to Benefit Programs Online and select UI Online.
- Select Form 1099G.
- Select View next to the desired year. This link will only appear if you received benefits from the EDD for that year.
- Select Print to print your Form 1099G information.
- Select Request Duplicate to request an official copy. Allow 7-10 business days for the Form 1099G(s) to be mailed.
To request a copy of your Form 1099G, fax your signed request to 916-464-2575. Be sure to include your full name, Social Security number, mailing address, phone number, and the year requested. Your form will be returned to you by mail within five business days.
To request a copy of your Form 1099G, mail your signed request to:
Integrity and Accounting Division, MIC 16A
PO Box 2408
Rancho Cordova, CA 95741-2408
Note: Include your full name, Social Security number, mailing address, phone number, and the year requested. Your form will be mailed to you within 10 business days.
DI and PFL Benefits as Taxable Income
If you leave work because of a disability and receive DI, those benefits are not taxable. However, if you receive UI, become disabled, and begin receiving DI, those DI benefits are considered a substitute for UI, and are taxable up to your UI maximum benefit amount.
PFL benefits are considered taxable income and must be reported to the IRS.
For more information, visit State Disability Insurance 1099G FAQs.