Changes to Mailing of Tax Form 1099-DIV
This year, we will mail tax form 1099-DIV to shareholders by February 18. In prior years the 1099-DIV was mailed by January 31. Also new in early 2014, 1099-DIVs will be mailed on this new date as part of a consolidated mailing with tax form 1099-B. Tax forms for the same account holder at the same address will be included in one envelope. Please note that even if an investor will not receive a 1099-B for the 2013 tax year, their 1099-DIV will still be mailed by the February 18th date.
Please note that in future years, 1099-DIVs and 1099-Bs will mail by February 15. However, since February 15 falls on a weekend in 2014, the due date for mailing falls to the next business day, February 18.
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