1099-G Info for Identity Theft Victims
If you have received a Form 1099-G from the Unemployment Insurance Agency and you have not filed for or collected unemployment benefits in 2020, you may be a victim of identity theft.
What Should I Do?
If you received a 1099-G and suspect that you may be the victim of identity theft, please complete these three steps.
Complete a Form 6349, Statement of Identity Theft and submit it along with a detailed report to the Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA). After processing your report, UIA will send you a new 1099-G indicating the corrected amount of compensation.
Receive a corrected 1099-G from UIA.
After receiving your corrected 1099-G, send a copy of it to the Michigan Department of Treasury.
Ways to Send Your Corrected 1099-G to Treasury
Mail a copy of your corrected 1099-G to Treasury:
Michigan Department of Treasury
P.O. Box 30058
Lansing, MI 48909
Email a copy of your corrected 1099-G to Treasury: