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Maybe I am missing something. I should have gotten a 1099-DIV from my Etrade account, and also a 1099-INT. When I go to my account on their website, and click on "tax Center" forms. There is a 1099 "consolidated" link. This is really just a statement showing all my dividends, and interest. It's 8 pages long. It does not include a 1099-DIV or 1099-INT "form." Can I just print blank 1099-DIV and 1099-INT forms from the IRS website and fill in the correct amounts? The actual "forms" are filed with my taxes, correct? I have sent them an e-mail, but haven't heard back yet. You guys are faster. Thanks for any responses. I appreciate it.

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