A 1099 does not create a liability that wasn't there in the first place. Prepare the return using the right dates and numbers, then respond accordingly if the IRS inquires. It's always nice to get a corrected 1099 from the issuer, but it's not necessary, and I wouldn't waste more than a phone call trying.If you're using Form 8949 pay careful attention to the form's instructions since there's a specific way of correcting 1099 information for an "A" transaction.PhilRule Your Retirement Home Fool
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