February 20, 2019
Schwab will begin issuing 1099s February 13th and will continue to issue them through tax filing deadlines. Any possible corrected 1099s will be sent beginning February 26th and can be issued through Mid-March or later. You will want to delay filing your tax return until you get corrected (and sometimes re-corrected) 1099s.
Forward-Looking Statements, Risk, & Other Disclosures
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These risks and uncertainties that may affect results, performance, development, operations of client portfolios, securities owned, or PMG's business include, but are not limited to, the following factors: changes in client requirements or demands, cash flow needs of clients, general economic conditions, competitive factors and pricing pressures, overcapacity in industries involved with, shifts in market demand, changes in federal, state and local laws, licensing and regulations, especially financial and security regulations, potential increases in costs of operations, increases in labor costs, the performance and needs of industries involved with, continued costs of investments in technology, uncertainties of litigation, the ability of entities to generate cash flow or finance operations, compliance with securities debt covenants, success or timing of completion of capital and maintenance spending projects, planned and unplanned outages due to maintenance, equipment malfunctions or work stoppages, availability of adequate levels of insurance, management retention and development, changing accounting requirements, maintenance of health of key PMG employees, and various hazards which could disrupt operations (including fires, explosions and severe weather conditions).
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