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valecornfoot
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I received interest income forms from foreign banks. Do I need to report that as a 1099-INT form in TurboTax even though they are not 1099-INT forms?

 
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rogge1722
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I received interest income forms from foreign banks. Do I need to report that as a 1099-INT form in TurboTax even though they are not 1099-INT forms?

You can fill in blank 1099-INT's as a substitute for the foreign statements. Insert all amounts in USD.

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rogge1722
Level 9

I received interest income forms from foreign banks. Do I need to report that as a 1099-INT form in TurboTax even though they are not 1099-INT forms?

You can fill in blank 1099-INT's as a substitute for the foreign statements. Insert all amounts in USD.

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