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I have a savings account w/ my credit union. I didn't get a 1099 from them. When I called them about it, they said that since my interest is less than $10, I do not need to report this on my taxes. Is this true? I have savings w/ another bank, which has provided me a 1099 for the interest I earned w/ them (its more than $10 though). Since my total interest is more than $10, does that mean I will have to include the interest from the Credit Union?
Thanks for your time,

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