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Thanks, Phil. You've given me great relief! Does this also apply to those other employees who are awaiting their w2's from the same guy? And what if he does report my income inaccurately to the IRS? Whose records will the IRS believe--the employer's or the employee's? He made some whopping errors on my 1099 last year. He only re-issued a corrected 1099 in May, which made me have to file for an extension.

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