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#1 vivyip

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Posted 01 February 2006 - 04:04 PM

So you've taken advantage of all the bank bonuses out there...but tax time's coming up! Here're the banks I KNOW sent me the 1099s for 2005

Received already
ING Direct (it's on the website)
Netbank and UFBDirect use the same format
Sandy Spring Bank
M&T
CharterOne (even though it's now Citizens)
Chevy Chase Bank
ebank (no sign of the bonus on it though)
Provident Bank
National City (I think)
Virtualbank -- 2/2/06
HSBC -- 2/2/06

Still waiting for:
BoA (for Keep the Change)
Emigrant
LaSalle
PNC
Citibank
Meadows CU (?)


Please reply with anything you've received so far...Thanks!



#2 markber

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Posted 02 February 2006 - 04:47 AM

Oh boy! ...you have been really busy this bonus season...

QUOTE(vivyip @ Feb 1 2006, 09:04 AM)
So you've taken advantage of all the bank bonuses out there...but tax time's coming up!  Here're the banks I KNOW sent me the 1099s for 2005

Received already
ING Direct (it's on the website)
Netbank and UFBDirect use the same format
Sandy Spring Bank
M&T
CharterOne (even though it's now Citizens)
Chevy Chase Bank
ebank (no sign of the bonus on it though)
Provident Bank
National City (I think)

Still waiting for:
BoA (for Keep the Change)
Virtualbank
HSBC
Emigrant
LaSalle
PNC
Citibank
Meadows CU (?)


Please reply with anything you've received so far...Thanks!
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#3 xanuda349

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Posted 05 February 2006 - 03:40 PM

You may want to check with BoA and ED. I have received their forms some time ago.



#4 vivyip

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Posted 09 February 2006 - 01:03 AM

I checked with both banks and the people there claim that I shouldn't receive a 1099 since it's only based on the interest from my accounts (not bonuses)

Does this mean a LOT of banks are not counting the bonuses as interest? happy.gif (Citibank, Emigrant, PNC, among others)







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