A 1099 consolidated tax statement combines multiple 1099 forms—1099-INT, 1099-DIV, 1099-OID, 1099-B, and/or 1099-MISC—into a single, multi-page document. Some consolidated statements include all 5 forms, while others only include the 1099s the IRS requires for that client.
If your brokerage uses consolidated statements, you should get yours by late February. It's not uncommon to get a second, corrected statement in March or even April, especially if you have overseas investments.
There is no single screen in TurboTax where you enter a consolidated statement. Rather, enter each 1099 form on its own dedicated screen, but only if it contains non-zero amounts.
For example, if you see dollar amounts in Form 1099-B on your statement, but the other four 1099 variations only contain zero-dollar amounts, only enter the 1099-B in TurboTax.