Tax Year 2019 Mailing Schedule and Information

 MAILING DEADLINEMAILING TYPE DESCRIPTION OF CONTENTS 
January 31, 2020Forms 1099-R and 1099-QDistributions from your IRA, Qualified Plan, or Education Savings Account
February 18, 2020*Form 1099 ConsolidatedIncludes 1099-INT, 1099-DIV, 1099-B, 1099-MISC, and 1099-OID (other than CMO/REMIC)
N/A, Expected online February 18, 2020
Preliminary Tax Statements (Not an official tax statement)Includes all 1099 Consolidated information with additional page containing holdings that have not yet finalized their taxability by February
March 16, 2020Form 1099-OID (REMIC)/WHFIT Statement for Mortgage SecuritiesOID and Interest Accruals from CMOs/REMICs. Income and Expenses Resulting from Pooled Mortgage Securities.
1042-SForeign Person's U.S. Source Income Subject to Withholding
Schedule K-1Master Limited Partnership (MLP) Income, which will be mailed directly from the General Partner
April 30, 2020Form 5498-ESAReports contributions (including rollover contributions) to Coverdell ESAs
June 1, 2020Form 5498Reports contributions (including rollover contributions) to any individual retirement arrangement (IRA), including a SEP, SIMPLE, and Roth IRA; Roth conversions; IRA recharacterizations; and the fair market value (FMV) of the account.

*The IRS changed the deadline for delivering most IRS 1099 Consolidated Forms from January 31 to February 18. As in the past, we expect to receive a 30-day extension from the IRS to March 16, 2020, based on the February 18, 2020 deadline.

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Preliminary Tax Statements for 1099 Consolidated Forms

To assist those account holders who receive late tax information from issuers, Janney implemented the Preliminary Tax Form.

Types of securities which traditionally report late or reallocate their income often include:

  • Certain Mutual Funds and Unit Investment Trusts (UITs)
  • Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)
  • Widely Held Fixed Investment Trusts (WHFITs)
  • Collateralized Mortgage Obligations (CMOs) and Real Estate Mortgage Investment Conduits (REMICs)

If your account holds certain securities that haven’t finalized their taxability by the time 1099 Consolidated Forms are produced, you’ll be able to access a preliminary copy of your 1099 form online around February 18th.

Find which holdings don't yet have finalized tax information


This Preliminary Tax Statement also includes a special page which denotes which of your account holdings don’t have finalized taxability. Summary and detail pages of the Statement are watermarked to ensure account holders are aware they are still waiting on final tax information, so the Preliminary Statement should not be used to file completed tax returns. Those account holders who have a Preliminary Statement produced for the 2019 Tax Year will still receive their official 1099-Consolidated Form in early March.

Sign up for Online Access to view forms electronically


The Preliminary Tax Statement is only provided online through Janney’s secure Online Access client account website. Simply log on or sign up for access and elect to receive your Tax Forms electronically. If you don’t have Online Access, you’ll receive a letter by mail, letting you know that a Preliminary Tax Statement is available for your account. You can then sign up for Online Access to view the form immediately if you wish.

Janney Montgomery Scott LLC, its affiliates, and its employees are not in the business of providing tax, regulatory, accounting, or legal advice. These materials and any tax-related statements are not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used or relied upon, by any taxpayer for the purpose of avoiding tax penalties. Any such taxpayer should seek advice based on the taxpayer’s particular circumstances from an independent tax advisor.

Digital Access to Tax forms via Janney Online Access

Tax forms are available online for clients with a Janney Online Access account. To access your tax forms online, simply log in to your account, click “Statements & Docs” on the top of the page, then click “Tax Forms.” You will then be able to review any available Janney tax forms for download.

Please contact your Financial Advisor or local branch for additional information.

Each taxpayer’s situation is different and tax-related information provided herein is general in nature. Clients should consult with a professional tax advisor with questions specific to their personal tax situation.

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