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As a psychologist who is employed, I also earn Schedule C income. One of the insurers I deal with has been having difficulty attributing monies for services I rendered for my employer as if it was mine. Throughout 1999 my employer has been attempting to correct the problem and thought, in fact, that it was corrected - until recently.

Last week I was sent a 1099 for 1999 for income that was erroneously attributed to my SS# as opposed to my employer's federal tax number. When I called, this issuer told me according to their records the bill for services in question was associated with my number. It may have been, but they have been making this mistake all year. They were reluctant to have me send the 1099 back. Any suggestions please. Thanks! KLib@juno.com
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