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I don't have the info in front of me, but I'm pretty sure I need to file a 1099-R form -- I think that is the name.

However, best I can tell and to my knowledge, I did not receive one from my broker. Therefore, I went online and saw it on my account.

My question is, can I print this from there and give that to my accountant? Or, do I need to call the broker and tell it to mail me one? The reason I ask is because online it sort of looks like a W-2, with areas you can detach so you can send to federal and state. I just didn't know if it had to be on a certain type of paper for me to do this.

Thank you.
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