1099-OID

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1099-OID

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.

1099-OID

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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REMICs consequently provide regular interest holders with IRS Form 1099-INT (and Form 1099-OID, if applicable).
The perpetrator files a fake Form 1099-OID to justify a false refund claim on a corresponding tax return.
The IRS notes that this latter assumption is at odds with reporting requirements of Form 1099INT, Interest Income, and Form 1099-OID, Original Issue Discount, and that the customer is not bound by the assumptions that the broker uses to satisfy the reporting requirements.
and then reporting those outstanding debts as Form 1099-OID deductions, making it look like the entire amount of the debt was withheld as taxes.
The issuer of a taxable bond with OID is required to issue Form 1099-OID to report the discount to be included as ordinary income on the taxpayer's current-year income tax return.
Although the law is unclear on this point, for interest deemed paid, it is assumed that the lessee should file Form 1099-OID.
467 rental agreement with decreasing payments, presumably Form 1099-OID would be filed by the lessor for the deemed interest payments back to the lessee, while the lessee would report the actual payments of rents on Form 1099-MISC.
Corporations issuing debt obligations now have more definitive guidance for computing the amount of OID for purposes of Form 1099-OID reporting and for deducting interest expense o their tax returns.
For tax years prior to 1992, brokers are required to issue Form 1099-OID to each person who is a holder of record on the semi-annual interest payment record date.
If the interest incurred is considered to be OID, the amounts would presumably be reported on Form 1099-OID, Original Issue Discount.