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The following is the answer I received from Sharebuilder today. I did not ask for tax advise. All I asked was if I was going to receive a corrected 1099-Dividend from them at a later date as some of you have said I probably will. A simple question it seems to me. Just sounds like they are passing the buck. What do you all think?

From Sharebuilder:

In regards to your question concerning your taxes, regulations prohibit us from providing tax advice. If you need assistance completing your tax return, we recommend that you contact a qualified tax advisor or the IRS.

Note: The IRS web site (http://www.irs.gov) is a very informative, well-organized web site and may hold answers to many of the questions that you have.

If you have any further questions, you can reply to customercare@sharebuilder.com, or visit our frequently asked questions section that can be found under the Customer Care section of our website.

Sincerely,

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