- Capital One Home >
- IRS 1099 FAQ
- What is a 1098/1099 form?
IRS Forms 1098 or 1099, also known as "information returns," are documents that identify certain types of financial transactions to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Financial institutions are required to report these types of transactions by filing these forms to qualifying individuals.
- When can I expect to receive my 1098/1099 form?
Capital One mails these forms to qualifying individuals according to the timelines established by the IRS. Please refer to the official IRS website (noted below) for additional information on when you typically can expect to receive an IRS Form 1098 or 1099.
- How can I get a copy of my 1098/1099 form?
If you have misplaced or need an additional copy of your form for the current or prior tax year, you may request a copy via mail by contacting us at the address listed below.
Attn: 1099 Inquiries
P.O. Box 30285
Salt Lake City, UT 84130-0285
- What can I do if I have questions about my form or if I think the form is wrong?
You may contact us by calling the telephone number listed on the form you received or by writing to us at the address listed above. Please have available the following information:
- Your name
- Your account number, if one is listed on the form
- Your Social Security Number or other IRS-issued Tax Identification Number as printed on the form
- If you suspect an error, please have supporting documentation available. You may need to submit copies to us if additional investigation is required, so that we may more fully investigate your concerns.