Frequently Asked Questions
- Year-End Tax Forms and Statements
- Composite Form 1099
- Form 1099-DIV
- Form 1099-B
- Cost Basis Reporting Information
- Form 1099-Q
- Form 1099-R
- Form 5498 and Form 5498-ESA
- Form 1042-S
- Form 1099-INT
- Capital Gains—Long-Term, Short-Term
- Foreign Source Income/Foreign Tax Paid
- Direct U.S. Government Obligation
- I own a tax-free fund that had more than $10 in tax-exempt interest dividends in 2012. Why didn’t I receive a Form 1099-INT this year?
Any information reported in previous tax years on Form 1099-INT, is now consolidated and reported under the Form 1099-DIV section of the Composite Form 1099.
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