IRS 1099 forms were mailed the week of January 27th. NHUIS users will find the form available in their Correspondence Inboxes. Please note that NH Employment Security is required to report on the 2013 form 1099, all benefits issued to an individual during the calendar year, regardless of the week for which they were paid, even if they were later found overpaid and/or were repaid. Please contact a tax professional for instructions on reporting any repaid amount.
The additional 14 weeks of emergency unemployment compensation (known as EUC) ended with payment for week ending 12/28/2013. Claimants paid unemployment benefits under this program should have received a letter with more details. Please visit www.211nh.org, or dial 211 from any NH phone, to access opportunities for assistance other than unemployment benefits.
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