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Hope this has not been recently discussed.
Have many stock accts..
Several have < $10.00 in Div..
Some do not send 1099 DIVs due to this amount.
If I receive a 1099 DIV for < $10.00 do I have to include it in my tax filling?

Won't save a lot ignoring < $10 1099 DIVs but....
If several other acounts in the $10 - $37 range were split between my wife and the on larger ones split some shares off to the kids....
Adds up to enough to be worth it to me.

Anybody have knowledge on this??
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