Dear IEM Clients,
You are receiving this message because you (or your spouse) took a distribution from a 529 College Savings plan in 2019. Please expect to receive a 1099-Q tax form for distributions taken in 2019.
Please note that the 1099-Q tax form can be easily overlooked because it simply looks like a generic 529 plan statement. However, not acknowledging receipt of the 1099-Q on your tax return (even though the distribution may not be taxable) could cause an IRS notice to be issued.
After taking distributions from a 529 College Savings Plan, we encourage owners to staple the college related receipts to the distribution stubs.
Registered Client Services Manager
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