IRS Form 1099-G Mailing Dates
Iowa Workforce Development will begin mailing IRS Form 1099-G on Jan 22, 2018. The 1099-G includes any unemployment insurance benefits issued Jan. 1, 2017, through Dec. 28, 2017, and any federal and/or state taxes that were withheld. The Internal Revenue Service and the State Department of Revenue and Finance were also provided this information.
If you have changed your address since you last claimed benefits, please update your mailing address by calling Unemployment Insurance Customer Service at 1-866-239-0843 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you do not receive your 1099-G by Feb. 1, 2018, please call Unemployment Insurance Customer Service at 1-866-239-0843 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and request a duplicate copy be mailed to you.
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Latest News Releases and Announcements
Laborshed Study Provides Insight on Iowa’s Workforce
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Elevate Advanced Manufacturing Parent's and Student's Night
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Over 1,000 People Attend Future Ready Iowa Summit
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Gov. Reynolds signs Future Ready Iowa Act
Gov. Kim Reynolds signed House File 2458, the Future Ready Iowa Act, on Tuesday at the Future Ready Iowa Summit in Des Moines.
Future Ready Iowa is the governor’s plan to train Iowans for the jobs of today and tomorrow. The goal of Future Ready Iowa is 70 percent of Iowa workers having education or training beyond high school by 2025. In order to reach that goal, another 127,700 Iowans need to earn post-secondary degrees or other credentials.