Schedule of IRS tax forms

Find out when tax forms will be mailed, available online and accessible from TIAA's mobile app.We are mailing tax documents in accordance with regulatory requirements. Please note that mail might be delayed due to the heavy postal volume caused by COVID-19.

Tax form delivery schedule

If statements are not available by the date listed below for Retirement, Portfolio Advisor and TIAA Personal Portfolio accounts, call 800-842-2252

IRS FORM AVAILABLE WHO GETS ONE?
1099 R January 31 Individuals who received retirement distributions, completed a rollover from their retirement accounts, received life insurance distributions with a taxable gain, completed a 1035 exchange or if the distribution incurred tax withholding or the taxable amount was not determined
1099 INT January 31 Individuals who received accumulated interest payments of $10 or more for a given tax ID that was due to earned bank account interest or deferred interest on a death claim payout (DCI); or received $600 or more due to delayed payment (DPI)
W-2 January 31

Individuals who received retirement distributions from a non-qualified, deferred compensation plan.

W2 forms for 457(b) plans are currently not available online. These forms will be delivered via USPS and mailed by the available date.

5498

January 31

June 30

Individuals who own an IRA and have a Required Minimum Distribution in tax year 2021.

Individuals who own an IRA to report any contribution, rollover, recharacterization or conversions in the IRA.

Note: 5498 forms will not be issued to report Fair Market Value

1099 MISC January 31

Individuals who received a payment outside of the contract, or beneficiaries who received payments derived from a 457(b) private contract

1099 MISC forms are currently not available online. These forms will be delivered via USPS and mailed by the available date.

480.7C February 28 Residents of Puerto Rico who received distributions
1042-S March 15 Individuals who received payments and are either a foreign citizen who resides in a foreign country, a foreign citizen who resides in the U.S. and hasn't certified U.S. residency, or has not been determined to be a U.S. citizen
NR4 March 31 Individuals who converted Canadian currency contracts to U.S. currency contracts
5498 May 31

Individuals who own an IRA to report any contribution, rollover, recharacterization or conversions in the IRA.

Note: 5498 forms will not be issued to report Fair Market Value. Fair Market Value is available on 4th quarter statement.

Brokerage tax forms will be delivered by the IRS deadline listed below. We send the forms in a phased approach to ensure you receive your tax forms as earliest as possible and with complete information. However, some issuers are unable to provide us with final reporting information required for us to meet the standard IRS deadline; therefore, we occasionally request an IRS extension so we can send your tax form when the final data is received. We strive to send your tax form with accurate figures the first time instead of sending amended tax forms. If statements are not available by the date listed for Brokerage, Portfolio Advisor and TIAA Personal Portfolio accounts, call 800-842-2252

Additional Brokerage tax resources and tools are available at https://bny.mn/TaxResourcesOpens in a new window. The Supplemental Information tool may provide information about municipal bonds or income from foreign countries, that you may need to file your taxes. (Available by March).

IRS FORM SENT BY EVENT
Form 1099 (B, DIV, INT, OID and MISC)
Phase 1:
January 31
  • Form 1099 (B, DIV, INT, OID and MISC) sent for accounts with investments in stocks, bonds and options. Accounts with investments in mutual funds, including Portfolio Advisor accounts, will be provided in a later phase.
  • Form 1099-R for retirement accounts (IRAs) that had a distribution or rollover.
Form 1099 (B, DIV, INT, OID and MISC) Phase 2:
February 15
  • Form 1099 for accounts holding mutual funds and other investments, including Portfolio Advisor accounts; where the final information has been received.1
  • Pending 1099 Notices will be provided for accounts where the final information has not been received.
  • Revision mailing for 1099s sent in Phase One, as required.
Form 1099 (B, DIV, INT, OID and MISC) Phase 3:
February 28
  • Form 1099 for accounts for which final tax information is available.
  • Revision for 1099s sent in Phases One and Two, as required.
Form 1099 (B, DIV, INT, OID and MISC) Phase 4:
March 15
  • Form 1099 for all remaining accounts, regardless of whether final information has been received.
  • Revision for 1099s sent in all previous phases, as required.
5498 May 31
  • Sent for individuals who owned, contributed, converted, rolled over, or recharacterized an IRA.

If tax forms are not available by the dates listed or if you need a reprint of your 1099 after 1/31/2022, call 888-882-3837

IRS FORM AVAILABLE WHO GETS ONE?
1099-INT January 31st Individuals who received accumulated interest payments of $10 or more for bank accounts, interest checking, money market accounts, and certificates of deposit.
1099-Q January 31st Individuals who received payments/distributions from a Coverdell Education Savings Account.
1099-R January 31st Individuals who received retirement distributions or completed a rollover from their retirement accounts, such as a traditional IRA, a SIMPLE IRA and/or Roth IRA.
1099-MISC January 31st Individuals who received income associated with a bank deposit account that is not otherwise included on other income-tax reporting forms.
1042-S (Paper mail only) January 31st Individuals who received accumulated interest payments and are either a foreign citizen who resides in a foreign country, a foreign citizen who resides in the U.S. and hasn't certified U.S. residency, or has not been determined to be a U.S. citizen.
5498 Contribution Information May 31th Individuals who have made contributions to one of the following: a traditional IRA, a SIMPLE IRA and/or a Roth IRA.

If tax forms are not available by the dates listed, call 800-926-4922

IRS FORM AVAILABLE WHO GETS ONE?
1042-S January 31st Individuals who received accumulated interest payments and are either a foreign citizen who resides in a foreign country, a foreign citizen who resides in the U.S. and hasn't certified U.S. residency, or has not been determined to be a U.S. citizen.
Summary Form 1042-S Letter January 31st Individuals who receive 1042-S form(s) regarding a World Markets account(s) for the previous year.
1099-B January 31st Individuals who received proceeds from the sale of precious metals.
1099-INT January 31st Individuals who received accumulated interest payments of $10 or more in the previous year for a World Markets account.
1099-OID January 31st Individuals who owned a MarketSafeCD.
1099-R January 31st Individuals who received retirement distributions or completed a rollover from their retirement accounts.
Summary Form 1099–Letter January 31st Individuals who receive 1099-INT, 1099-B, and/or 1099-OID form(s) regarding a World Markets account(s) for the previous year.
MarketSafe CD Tax Summary Letter January 31st Individuals with a MarketSafe CD which matured in the previous year.
5498 Contribution Information May 31st Individuals who have made contributions to one of the following: a traditional IRA, a SIMPLE IRA and/or a Roth IRA.

If tax forms are not available by the dates listed, please reach out to your Trust AdministratorOpens in a new window with any questions

IRS FORM AVAILABLE WHO GETS ONE?
1099-R January 31st Form 1099-R for retirement accounts (IRAs) that had a distribution or rollover.

Consolidated

1099-B

1099-DIV

1099-INT

1099-OID

February 15*

1099’s will be provided for accounts where the final information has been received

*Please note: Some consolidated forms may be delayed past February 15. All forms should be distributed by March 15th

5498 May 31st Sent for individuals who owned, contributed, converted, rolled over, or recharacterized an IRA.

For TIAA Bank loans serviced by LoanCare
Visit TIAABank.myloancare.comOpens in a new window or call 844-436-0374.

For loans no longer serviced by TIAA Bank
If your loan was transferred to another servicer, they will mail your tax documents in accordance with regulatory requirements. For more information, contact them directly.

If your loan was paid in full prior to March 2021, TIAA Bank will mail your tax documents in accordance with regulatory requirements.

IRS FORM AVAILABLE WHO GETS ONE?
1098 Tax & Interest Statement January 31st Individuals who have made mortgage interest payments of $600 or more will receive this document listing the amount of mortgage interest and related expenses paid on a mortgage during the tax year.
1099-MISC January 31st Individuals who received a payment of at least $10 as non-employee compensation.
1099-A January 31st Individuals who have had an interest in property that is security for debts owed or who have abandoned property will receive this document listing the amount of debt owed (principal only) and the fair market value of the secured property as of the date the property was acquired or the abandonment of the property.
1099-C January 31st Individuals who have a debt of $600 or more cancelled or forgiven receive this document listing the amount canceled, forgiven or discharged as taxable income.
1099-INT January 31st Individuals who have been issued accumulated interest payments of $10 or more on a mortgage escrow account.

*1099-DIV for the TIAA-CREF Real Estate Securities Fund is sent by February 28.

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