1099-OID(redirected from 1099 OIDs)
A form that an issuer sends to all investors listing all income from interest on discount issues. This includes income from zero-coupon bonds, Treasury bills, and other securities issued at a discount from par. Investors are to include this income when calculating their taxable income.
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An annual report sent to investors and the Internal Revenue Service that lists interest income from taxable original-issue discount securities. The form, which originated during the 1984 tax year, reports the amount of implied and real income derived from original-issue discount securities such as Treasury bills, zero-coupon bonds, and commercial paper. Income shown on a 1099-OID is to be included on Part I in Schedule D of an investor's federal income tax return.
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