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Connecticut agency says 27,000 tax forms have mistake

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WETHERSFIELD, Conn. — Connecticut's Department of Labor says about 27,000 tax forms mailed out to people who collected unemployment compensation last year contain a printing error that has information about other people. The department is required to report unemployment compensation payments of $10 or more on a form known as UC-1099G. The affected 27,000 forms contain the correct information...

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