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The 1099-R tax forms for 2016 were mailed on January 20, 2017!
If you did not receive yours by February 17th, 2017, please notify the Board.
Did you know that you can also view your 1099-R on your PayInfo account?
Go to mass.gov/payinfo to log in to your account. Please note, although this is a handy item to have available for reference, it is not considered an official Form 1099-R and cannot be used to file your taxes. Therefore, be sure to hold on to the original hard copy that will be mailed to you.
How will my 1099-R be impacted by MARIS?
For tax year 2016, tax reporting will remain the same as past years. Beginning in January 2018, if an individual receives either an additional dependent stipend payment, or an alternate payee payment as a result of a divorce agreement, under MARIS those individuals will receive their own 1099-R form.
Need help understanding your Form 1099-R?
Please refer to the descriptions and corresponding sections highlighted in blue below. If you have any further questions about your taxes, please seek advice from your professional tax advisor or the Internal Revenue Service. Employees of the State Retirement Board are not authorized to advise you on any tax issues.