to some of their clients, in september, several months after they should have been given out to their clients. there are some (maybe many) who have gotten their tradestation 1099s, but there are a group of people who have not, and tradestation has no estimated time for when they will be sent out. i talked with an irs agent today who was very interested in the tradestation debacle. he told me that they (tradestation) will be getting fined $50 per 1099-b that wasn't timely filed. also, he suggested i file a form 3949-a and tell others as well. he was stunned that tradestation hasn't sent out the 1099-b's, and said that the fraud form is the best way to get the irs' attention. they can also be submitted anonymously.