I just found out that a 1099 received from my bank is incorrect. I was going to tell the bank to send a corrected 1099 to me and to the IRS. I was doing some google searching on this and I came upon a passage in an article that has got me worried: "A big mistake most people make is to send the payees and the IRS their copies of the 1099s all at the same time, in January. This ends up causing very big problems if there is an error, especially when the amounts are overstated. What then happens is that a corrected 1099 is sent to IRS, with the tiny "Corrected" box marked. The problem is that IRS computers almost never see that box. Instead they see two 1099s and expect the payee to report the amounts on both. " Does anybody have experience with this? Will having corrected 1099s sent in only a couple weeks before the upcoming 4/15 tax deadline cause complications for me?