Originally Posted by mathjak107
hold back filing your taxes if you hold any etf's in your taxable accounts as alot get reported on k1 forms and are first being mailed out now.
unknowingly many have already filed not realizing k1's are coming and the info has to be entered seperatly from the brokerage statement
I just received a corrected 1099 the other day from Fidelity. I haven't filed anyway as I'm waiting for a k-1 from my former employer, but it is a good idea to wait if you do have a lot of different investments.