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My wife has a stall (space) at an antique shop. She receives a 1099 from the owner of the shop for transactions occurring out of her space. The 1099 represents sales less rent and CC fees. The owner has sold the business and the new owners are retaining the name of the business.

At year end will my wife receive one 1099 from the business or will she receive one 1099 from the original owner for seven months worth of business and another 1099 from the new owners for five months worth of business?

Just want to keep track of how many documents will be outstanding at year end.

Regards,

ImAGolfer
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