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I've kind of always known about the $10 limit for whether they'll send you a 1099-INT (or 1099-DIV).

Though it seems to still apply if the institution sends you one of those combined 1099's....I got one from my broker...it had numbers for most of the sections, but the section for Dividends was left blank....because my total for the year was less than $10 (won't be the case next year.)

Though does it really mean you don't have to report it?

The Dreamer.
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