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I closed them out last year after the 2011 1099 fiasco. But still received a 1099 for the transactions I had in Q1 2012. I believe mine is correct as well... after checking.

I find the best source to determine when dividends are actually paid when in question for year-end/year beginning is the go to the Investors Relations web site of the companies in questions. They have the most accurate info for payable date. Then report it accordingly.
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