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You will only have to pick up in income the amount of interest representing the interest that accrued from the date of the purchase. The seller will pick up the portion of the selling price representing accrued interest to the date of sale. The 1099 will show the entire interest payment you received including the accrued interest before you made the purchase. Show a negative item on the Schedule B called purchased interest.
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