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After additional requests, I finally got the following response:
In some instances, broker reporting requirements may differ from investor requirements. Should the issuer or some other agency provide you with additional information for consideration, please feel free to forward it for review by your qualified tax professional for your tax filing.

Appears this brokerage considers it up to me and my tax professional to reconcile the 1099 and K-1.

Odd because other brokerages don't have this issue.

Curious if the OP got a more helpful response.
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