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Please explain to a dumb kid from Galveston how cum Fidelity, E-Trade, etc no longer have a deadline of January 31st to mail out 1099's. They basically can mail them out when they get around to it. We, on the other hand, still have to file by April 15th.

Sounds to me like we're getting squeezed in the middle. Oh, by the way, if you own a REIT they can mail their 1099 any time they feel like it. Lot's of times weeks after you've filed prompting an amended return.

Just wonder'in.

Regards,

ImAGolfer
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