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How do I do the right thing and not have the IRS bug me about the 1099 not matching my return in 15 months?

OK, once more even though if I had a nickel in my pocket for every time I've said it I'd have a dreadful hernia. Information documents such as the 1099 are for the IRS's use in making sure that income is not underreported. They are not bothered when you report income that's not recorded on a 1099.

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