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Is workers compensation reported on a 1099 form?

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No. Workers compensation is completely exempt from federal tax if the payments are made under a workers compensation act for injuries occurring in the course of employment. They're also exempt from state tax. They're not included as income, so they wouldn't be reported to you on a 1099 or any other tax form.
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