By mid-February, many year-end tax documents have been issued and the tax filing season is gearing up. This time of the year brings many questions, such as:
- My department on campus received a 1099 Form – what do I do with it?
- I’ve received a tax form from UA, but I don’t know what it’s for.
- I haven’t received my tax form from UA – where is it?
- How can I get another copy of my UA tax form?
To assist in responding to these types of inquiries, the UA Tax Office offers the following information:
If you are a University department that has received a Form 1099 from outside the University (including 1099-MISC, 1099-K, 1099-DIV, 1099-INT, or 1099-G), please send via campus mail to the Tax Office, Box 870136, 369 Rose Administration Building. We accept all 1099s for the University and related foundations, as they may be used in our annual tax filings.
If you have questions about tax forms issued to you by the University, the Tax Office provides a list of helpful contacts and resources, depending on the type of form such as 1099, W-2, 1042-S, or 1098-T: