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Tax Planning FAQs

Tax planning

Frequently asked questions

Tax & retirement planning

When can I expect my tax forms?

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For information on tax forms (including availability), deadlines and tips, go to the tax center. Once they're available, your tax forms can be found in "Tax documents" on the "Statements & documents" page. You can reach this page from the side menu (the three-line icon in the upper-left) by choosing "Statements & documents." We've separated your tax documents by account category, so choose your investment account to see your tax forms.

Where can I access and print my 1099 form?

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You'll find your tax statements in "Tax documents" on the "Statements & documents" page. When signed in, you can reach this page from the side menu (the three-line icon in the upper-left) by choosing "Statements & documents." We've separated your tax documents by account category, so choose your investment account to see your tax forms. You can print any of the forms on this page.

 

For more information on tax forms, deadlines, and tips, go to the tax center.

What is my tax filing deadline?

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For most individuals, the deadline to file their federal income tax return is July 15, 2020. Consult your own tax advisor with any questions about your personal federal or state tax situation. Check out the tax center for other key dates and deadlines for 1099 forms, tax extensions, retirement contributions, and more.

What should I know about 2019 tax filing and 2020 retirement account changes?

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Key changes include:

 

  • The IRS has announced that U.S. taxpayers have until July 15, 2020 to file their federal income and gift tax returns and pay their federal income and gift tax bills for 2019. Please consult your own tax advisor with any questions about state or local taxes.
  • IRA contributions for 2019 can also be made until July 15, 2020.
  • Required minimum distributions from IRAs and certain qualified retirement plans are waived for 2020.

Learn more.