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How long should I wait to see if I get a 1099?

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We did a short sale on our home last year, and the home was IIB in '11. I'm just wondering if anyone has any insight on how long (if at all) I should be waiting for a 1099 from Bank of America after doing a short sale of a property that was IIB.
We've already gotten all of our other forms, and I've got everything entered with HRB. I'm just waiting to see if I get a 1099 from BOA now. I'm in a non-recourse state, and (since it was IIB) I know I can use form 982 if I do​ receive a 1099...but I'd rather not have to amend my taxes (if I can help it).

 

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I seem to have finally stumbled across the correct way to ask Google for this info (I swear, I tried before!).

 

It looks like 1099-Cs have to be sent by Feb 1st for 2017.

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IIRC (from when I finally found the right set of words to search on -- that I can't remember now to save my life) last year had a different date. It seems like this year's date was a little more firm than last year.

 

Really doesn't matter much. I'm still paying of 2015's taxes (friggin' dual wage earner part of the W4 that I last filled out 18 years ago... :D)

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