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The state of Georgia is automatically extending the 2020 individual income tax filing and payment deadline from April 15, 2021 to May 17, 2021, without penalties or interest.
For information related to unemployment income, please read FAQ #3.
For Individuals, the 1099-G will no longer be mailed. Taxpayers now can search for their 1099-G and 1099-INT on the Georgia Tax Center by selecting the "View your form 1099-G or 1099-INT" link under Individuals. (This 1099-G form is for taxpayers who itemized deductions and received a refund, credit or offset).
Find the IRS Form 1099G for Unemployment Insurance Payments which is issued by the Georgia Department of Labor.
For Businesses, the 1099-INT statement will no longer be mailed. Taxpayers must log into their Georgia Tax Center account to view their 1099-INT under the Correspondence tab. The 1099-INT statement is for non-incorporated businesses that were paid $600 or more in refund interest during the 2020 calendar year.