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A relative died in Sept 2000 and the title to most of her investments were not changed until April of 2001. Therefore the Dividends and interest from Jan 2001 thru April should be reported by inheritants or trust accounts. But the income for that period is reported on 1099s with the deceased SSN.

How do we make sure the 1099 income reported to the IRS and the filings by the inheritants or trusts are compatible.
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