As tax forms (W-2, 1099, etc.) show up in your mailbox, store them here so they’re easy to find when it’s time to file your taxes.
Common tax forms you might get in your mailbox:
. This form is filled out by your employer and calculates your earnings for the calendar year.
. You’ll get this form if you paid interest on a mortgage or student loan, paid college tuition, or donated a vehicle to charity.
This form reports income you earned that isn’t salary, wages, or tips. There are several different variations of this form:
. Reports dividends, distributions, capital gains and federal income tax withheld from investment accounts, including mutual fund accounts.
Shows interest income you earn on investments.
(Original Issue Discount). Sent to you if you received more than the stated redemption price on maturing bonds.
Reports self-employment earnings, as well as miscellaneous income such as royalties, commissions or rents. It covers all non-employee income that is not derived from investments.
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