1099 DIV

1099 DIV

The tax statement used for reporting <> paid to registered shareholders.

1099 DIV

A form that every company is required to submit to all persons or companies earning taxable capital gains on the company. The form contains information on all dividends, interest, and other capital gains paid over the tax year. Publicly-traded companies, mutual funds, banks, and other companies paying dividends or interest must submit a 1099-DIV to each shareholder and bondholder, and report to the IRS how much it paid to each person or company.
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Non-registered holders should receive a Form 1099 DIV from their broker or intermediary.
The precise allocation will be determined after the end of the 2004 tax year and will be reflected on Forms 1099 DIV delivered to shareholders.