1099 G for Unemployment

1099 G for Unemployment

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filing

Jonesboro, AR

#1 Jan 8, 2010
Hello,

I am trying to file my tax return and have all my numbers.

I just need the Federal ID and address that would appear on the 1099G for receiving unemployment payments from Department of Workforce Services here in Arkansas.

Would anyone have this info on last years 1099?

Thanks!
rewind

Jonesboro, AR

#2 Jan 8, 2010
I wouldn't know how that works-
wondering

Salem, AR

#3 Jan 10, 2010
filing wrote:
Hello,
I am trying to file my tax return and have all my numbers.
I just need the Federal ID and address that would appear on the 1099G for receiving unemployment payments from Department of Workforce Services here in Arkansas.
Would anyone have this info on last years 1099?
Thanks!
then you do not have all your "numbers"! you need to wait for your 1099G from workforce, it will have all the information you need to file. Good luck, they usually send those out the last of January.!!
Hmmm

United States

#4 Jan 10, 2010
What are the requirements for qualifying for unemployment? Do you have to be laid off or can you qualify even if you got fired or quit?
Hero

Manila, AR

#5 Jan 10, 2010
I have been wondering about this too! I have never filed for unemployment and don't know where to go or what to do. Can someone tell me the procedure? Can I do it online? I hate going to an office--usually places like that treat you like you are some kind of scum or something.
filing

Jonesboro, AR

#6 Jan 10, 2010
wondering wrote:
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then you do not have all your "numbers"! you need to wait for your 1099G from workforce, it will have all the information you need to file. Good luck, they usually send those out the last of January.!!
actually the numbers are very simple - how much money did they pay you in 2009 - that is all you need for your taxes - most people do not have them hold out federal taxes so there are no deductions to figure - i found the federal id no. if someone needs it:

71-6006690
filing

Jonesboro, AR

#7 Jan 10, 2010
Hero wrote:
I have been wondering about this too! I have never filed for unemployment and don't know where to go or what to do. Can someone tell me the procedure? Can I do it online? I hate going to an office--usually places like that treat you like you are some kind of scum or something.
You have to actually go into the office at this time to file your claim.
Opinionated

Bossier City, LA

#8 Jan 10, 2010
You can file if you get fired if they didn't have a good reason to fire you. I know this cuz I am drawing for that reason now. You only have to go to the office to file the first time. Everything else can be done by phone or online. They were really nice to me when I filed.
Hero

Manila, AR

#9 Jan 10, 2010
So where exactly do I go? Do I need an appointment? I actually quit my job--but it wasn't paying for me to work and pay for child care and child insurance too (insurance through my employer was too high). Should I get taxes held out or do they do that or what?
Hero

Manila, AR

#10 Jan 12, 2010
Can I draw unemplyment after an amount of time even if I quit? Anybody know?
Wanting to know

United States

#11 Jan 12, 2010
Hero wrote:
Can I draw unemplyment after an amount of time even if I quit? Anybody know?
Yeah, I'm wanting to know that too. I can't afford to quit if I can't get unemployment, but my job gets harder to stand every day. Any possibility of getting unemployment benefits if you quit your job instead of getting laid off or fired?

I'm no longer doing what I was actually hired to do. Will that make any difference to the people at the unemployment office? If I'm making like $12.50 an hour how much unemployment would I be able to get if I qualify to dry any?
Hero

Manila, AR

#12 Jan 12, 2010
Come on any experts? Give us some answers?
guest

Mountain Home, AR

#13 Jan 12, 2010
Hero wrote:
Come on any experts? Give us some answers?
Yes, but you have a longer waiting period than the usual week. I don't remember how long, but they will tell you when you apply.
my two cents

United States

#14 Jan 12, 2010
It takes 8 weeks to start your unemployment due to voluntary unemployment and no they dont care your reason unless it is unethical immoral or illegal.My boss treated my like crap and i got tired of putting up with it and just left took 8 weeks to get it going,but looking back at it i would take my job back in a second there isnt much out there as for jobs right now.
jusjulie

San Antonio, TX

#15 Jan 12, 2010
if u have a job ... keep it .. don't quit!.. there aren't any jobs out there and unemployment pays ONLY a fraction .. my $400-$500 a week was dropped to $233 a week .. sux!..
Captain Obvious

AOL

#16 Jan 12, 2010
Wanting to know wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, I'm wanting to know that too. I can't afford to quit if I can't get unemployment, but my job gets harder to stand every day. Any possibility of getting unemployment benefits if you quit your job instead of getting laid off or fired?
I'm no longer doing what I was actually hired to do. Will that make any difference to the people at the unemployment office? If I'm making like $12.50 an hour how much unemployment would I be able to get if I qualify to dry any?
If you are making $12.50 an hour you need to suck it up, stfu and keep your job. Unless you think you will be happy taking a job for Little Caesars making minimum wage so you can stand out on the side of the street waving that sign for $5 pizzas. People are out of work in record numbers and you are whining about a job that pays $12.50 an hour. JHC get a dose of reality ya jackass!
Hero

Manila, AR

#17 Jan 12, 2010
So somebody tell me where to go sign up--an address please!
Lm ao

Frisco, TX

#18 Jan 12, 2010
Hero wrote:
So somebody tell me where to go sign up--an address please!
Its on nettleton beside the plasma place.
Hoffa

Deridder, LA

#19 Jan 13, 2010
Captain Obvious wrote:
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If you are making $12.50 an hour you need to suck it up, stfu and keep your job. Unless you think you will be happy taking a job for Little Caesars making minimum wage so you can stand out on the side of the street waving that sign for $5 pizzas. People are out of work in record numbers and you are whining about a job that pays $12.50 an hour. JHC get a dose of reality ya jackass!
Way to play the Devil's Advocate there ol boy.
You're right. Employers are going to always have the money and upper hand control and the only right you have as an employee is to walk out the door if you don't like it. So suck it up and quit complaining and whining right?
Sometimes I wonder if the reason behind there being jobs that pay minimum wage is a conspiracy to make everyone else feel so privileged just to have a job, even if it is lousy.
Personally, I feel if everyone across the board could be paid a fair wage that is compatible with the actual cost of living and the prices of everything then the population as a whole could do better at supporting an economy.
But reality bites right?
BTW, if you've ever been paid by the hour then you would know that $12.50 an hour is below average income and is still not that much compared to the cost of living and the inflated prices of everything.
Guest

Houston, TX

#20 Jan 13, 2010
Hoffa wrote:
<quoted text>Way to play the Devil's Advocate there ol boy.
You're right. Employers are going to always have the money and upper hand control and the only right you have as an employee is to walk out the door if you don't like it. So suck it up and quit complaining and whining right?
Sometimes I wonder if the reason behind there being jobs that pay minimum wage is a conspiracy to make everyone else feel so privileged just to have a job, even if it is lousy.
Personally, I feel if everyone across the board could be paid a fair wage that is compatible with the actual cost of living and the prices of everything then the population as a whole could do better at supporting an economy.
But reality bites right?
BTW, if you've ever been paid by the hour then you would know that $12.50 an hour is below average income and is still not that much compared to the cost of living and the inflated prices of everything.
Ah, but the cost of things is also directly tied to labor costs. Raise labor, and the companies have to raise prices to make a profit. It becomes a big vicious cycle.

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