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In 2015 I got a corrected 1099 on September 30th.

I got a corrected 1099 for 2016 in March, 2018. Filed an amended return for an $11 additional refund, and the IRS paid me $0.55 of interest that I will declare on my 2018 return.

I know what caused the very late corrected 1099, but there is no way I could have predicted it would happen.

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