The IRS requires financial institutions to mail out forms 1099-INT, 1099-DIV, 1099-OID, 1099-R, 1099-NEC, and 1099-MISC (provided there are no entries in boxes 8 or 10) by January 31, 2022.
If your financial institution is listed as a TurboTax 1099 Partner, you'll likely be able to import these types of 1099s by January 31, 2022, but this isn't a guarantee. When you attempt to import forms that aren't ready yet, we'll display the availability date your bank or brokerage gave us.
Your tax year 2021 Form 1099-B doesn't have to be mailed out until February 15, 2022, per the IRS. Same goes with 1099-MISC forms that have entries in box 8 or 10. But even if you already got your 1099-B or 1099-MISC in the mail, your institution or brokerage might not have it ready for import until early March or even later—we'll let you know what date they gave us when you try to import.
And finally, if your brokerage issues a consolidated tax statement with several types of 1099s, which is common, you might not be able to import any of your 1099s until the 1099-B or 1099-MISC becomes available.