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Forms & Documents FAQs
If you received this form (also known as Cancellation of Debt), debt was forgiven on your loan. We're required to report this information to the IRS.
You received IRS Form 1099-INT because either you've got a property in a state which requires you to pay interest on your escrow account, or you received interest on escrow that exceeded $10 in the last year.
If you received this form (also known as Acquisition or Abandonment of Secured Property), your property was auctioned in a sheriff's sale or completed a loss mitigation option where you didn't keep the property.
Your mortgage interest statement shows how much interest is collected (points included) that we'll report to the IRS. Points will only be reported when it's applicable.
You received IRS Form 1042-S (also known as Foreign Person’s U.S. Source Income Subject to Withholding) because either you're a non-U.S. citizen with property located in the U.S. which requires interest to be paid on your escrow account, or you received interest on escrow that exceeded $10 in the last year.
We'll only list a maximum of two co-borrowers on your mortgage interest statement (IRS Form 1098).
All tax documentation will be mailed on or before January 31. Allow for delivery time. Our mortgage servicing professionals won't be able to provide copies of any documentation until after that date.