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ranibane0309
Level 2

more than 20 1099-INT

Hi,

If I have more than 20 1099-INT (all are bank interest or new account bonus) I am learning today that IRS doesn't allow e-file!  Is this true?

Would IRS reject if I e-file by combining some of the 1099-INT amounts to stay under the limit of 20?

For example,  my spouse and I both have a 1099 from Bank A and Bank B

As I am doing joint filing, can I combine me + spouse the 1099-INT totals for Bank A ?

Or should I combine 1099 INT of  Bank A (mine) + Bank B (mine) ? 

 

Many thanks!

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Critter-3
Level 15

more than 20 1099-INT

You can combine them if you like ... only the total will show up on the return anyway.  

ranibane0309
Level 2

more than 20 1099-INT

@CR Thank you 

Combining which way pls? 

Can I combine me+ spouse for the same bank? 

 

I believe you are referring to Schedule B on which  each 1099-INT issuer's name and total only will be reflected so the granular details don't matter, am I correct?

 

Just curious, Why does Turbotax asks details of 1099-INT such as Payer TIN, Who it belongs to etc to be entered? 

 

Critter-3
Level 15

more than 20 1099-INT

Any way you see fit ... and the EIN is NOT required. 

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