The IRS allows business that skip the issuing of 1099 forms if the amount is under a specific amount. You the tax payer are still required to report the income.
So I am using HR block software and I need to enter the dividends
manually as I am not receiving any form from Robinhood. Let's say if I
have earner $2 from company X , $3 from company Y, then 1) do I fill
1099 DIV for each company/stock separately
Your tax software, should have a help item telling you how to handle the situation where you didn't get a 1099. You should make a separate entry for each company. It will make it easier to track them from year to year. Just because you didn't get one this time doesn't mean you won't get one next time.
- Does the dividend amount goes in to 1 a ordinary dividends section of the form.
Depends on what the dividend is. It is possible to also get a 1099 for capital gains without selling anything. Of you are unclear what goes in which box, you may have to talk to Robinhood.