In my investment account, there are holdings
- in a mutual fund and
- in a money market.
The 1099-DIV form of my account has the following nonzero items:
- Total ordinary dividends (qualified dividends included),
- Total capital gain distributions,
- Foreign tax paid.
My investment account also has a 1099-INT form with nonzero amounts in
- Interest Income, and
- Tax-Exempt Interest.
After reading my monthly statements, I found the nonzero items in 1099-INT belong to the money market, instead of the mutual fund.
I wonder, in general, if a mutual fund can have 1099-INT form, besides 1099-DIV?