The Virginia Employment Commission sent me a 1099-G Form for 2013 in which Box 3 & Box 2 equal the amount which they claim they paid me in 2013 in Box 1.
However, they never paid me a cent and, in fact Box 2 plus Box 3 is equal to Box 1, and NO payment was actually received by me, does this zero balance need to be entered on my 1040?
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Financial Psychologist in Sacramento, CA
February 07, 2014
Make sure you check with your tax preparer as you begin to prepare your taxes.
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Are you a 1099 employee or W2?
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Financial Planner in Edison, NJ
No you cannot, a Roth is not deductible