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is an equivalent 1099 reported to the IRS?

Many businesses apply for and received permission to use a substitute 1099. These contain all of the information required to be on a 1099, but in a format that differs from the official Form 1099. In those cases, the substitute 1099 information is reported to the IRS.

I have no idea what an "equivalent" 1099 is. You'd need to define that further.

As to getting it to your tax preparer, just forward the e-mail, with whatever this thing is attached, to your tax preparer.

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