Get Ready for the 2022 Tax Season
As the 2022 tax season gears up, we’ll help ease the way with a mailing schedule for tax forms and some suggestions for managing the process. Let’s dive in.
Mail Dates and Tax Form:
We’ll send out the 1099 Composite for eligible accounts on February 15, 2023. And don’t worry about providing copies to the IRS; we do that as part of our reporting.
Your 1099 will be mailed to your address on file. You can also access a secure copy directly on our trading platform under the Additional Services menu and go to Statements and Confirms.
For More Guidance:
For a Comprehensive Guide to Your Composite Tax Statement from our clearing firm, Hilltop Securities, click Here.
For Frequently Asked Questions about your 1099 for 2022, Click Here.
More Forms and Mailing Dates:
Here's Some Planning Tips to Help Your Tax Season Go More Smoothly.
Planning on using tax software?
Our tax documentation is compatible with TurboTax® and H&R Block®.
For TurboTax® Guide, Click Here.
For H&R Block® Guide, Click Here.
Let's make sure we have your current address:
We want to prevent any mailing delays, so if you would like to update your mailing address, please go to our trading platform under the Additional Services menu and complete the Account Update section.
Keep an eye out for Corrected Form(s) 1099:
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