1099 DIV

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1099 DIV

The tax statement used for reporting dividends 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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Stockholders should review their Forms 1099-DIV as well as other 2014 tax statements that they received from their brokerage firms or other institutions to ensure that the statements agree with the information provided above.
Copies of Forms 1099-DIV, Dividends and Distributions, sent to the shareholders, should also be attached to the form if there are 12 or fewer shareholders.
Consequently, large numbers of erroneous Forms 1099-DIV, used to report dividend income, were being mailed to taxpayers.
unitholders, who hold their trust units of Enterra through a stockbroker or other intermediary, may receive from such intermediaries one or more Forms 1099-DIV or a substitute form developed internally for the stockbroker or intermediary.
2003-28 to allow brokers to provide composite substitute payee statements for Forms 1099-DIV, Dividends and Distributions, and 1099-MISC, reporting payments in lieu of dividends.
Information on the Forms 1099-DIV issued by the brokers or other intermediaries may not accurately reflect the information in Freehold's summary for a variety of reasons.
The balance of the amounts reported as capital gain distributions on Forms 1099-DIV represents capital gains taxable at the 20% rate.
BOSTON -- The AEW Real Estate Income Fund, which is listed on the American Stock Exchange under the symbol "RIF", announced today that it will issue corrected 2004 Forms 1099-DIV to its shareholders because a portion of the amount originally reported as Total Ordinary Dividends in Box 1a of the Form 1099-DIV should have been reported in Box 2a as Total Capital Gain Distributions.
For example, if a taxpayer files 300 Forms 1099-DIV and 50 Forms 1099-MISC for 1990, the taxpayer must use magnetic media to file the Forms 1099-DIV, but the Forms 1099-MISC may be filed either on paper or magnetic media, whichever the taxpayer desires.