- What is a 1099-INT form?
- What if I received less than $600 in interest?
- When will I receive a 1099-INT form?
- What do I do with the 1099-INT form?
- What if I want to file my taxes before DOR mails the 1099-INT form?
- Why didn't I receive a 1099-INT form last year?
- Does this mean I owe taxes for previous years?
- How can I see how much interest I received?
The 1099-INT form lets you know the amount of interest DOR will report to the Internal Revenue Service. We only send a 1099-INT if we collected and sent you $600 or more in interest in a calendar year.
All interest is considered income for tax purposes and DOR is required to issue a 1099-INT and report the interest when the interest we sent you is $600 or more. You should consult a tax advisor as to what that means for you.
DOR will mail a 1099-INT to you at the end of January only if you received $600 or more in interest payments from January 1st to December 31st in the previous year. Generally, we must put the 1099-INT form in the mail by January 31st of each year, but if that is a Saturday or Sunday, DOR has until the next Monday to mail the forms.
Give the 1099-INT to the person who prepares your taxes.
While DOR will not mail the 1099-INT until late January, the total amount of interest we collected and sent to you in the last calendar year is available to you on the eCSE Case Manager as of the first week of January.
You would have received a 1099-INT last year only if DOR collected and sent you $600 or more in interest payments during that calendar year..
It depends on your particular tax situation and you should consult a tax advisor. You can see how much interest DOR collected and sent to you for the last three years by accessing the eCSE Case Manager.
Go to eCSE Case Manager and enter your PIN and Password. Once you’re logged in, click on the question “How much interest did I receive this year?” and that will take you to the page with information about interest payments you received.