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Understanding Your National Financial 2013 Tax Reporting Statement

Each year, we send tax statements to the National Financial Services LLC (National Financial) brokerage account customers our records indicate are subject to Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 1099 reporting. This guide can help you understand your tax statement, which provides information that you will need when you complete your federal and state income tax returns.

National Financial's 2013 tax reporting statement consists of two parts:

  • Tax Reporting Statement — The information we report to the IRS on Forms 1099-DIV, 1099-INT, 1099-MISC, 1099-B, and 1099-OID. National Financial incorporates these separate, stand-alone forms on one consolidated statement. The titles, line and column headings, and box numbers used on our consolidated statement correspond to those used on the individual, stand-alone IRS forms.
  • Supplemental Information — Additional information (not reported to the IRS) that you may find helpful in preparing your income tax returns, including transaction activity details.

The pictures from a statement, presented below, are for illustrative purposes only. Certain categories of transactions may not pertain to your account as your individual statement is generated based on your account activity. For instance, your statement will only include a Form 1099-B and/or a Form 1099-OID if you had any applicable 2013 transactions.

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