No I haven't yet. But when it does come it will be the first of 4 or 5 . Thank heaven for turbo tax so all the downstream calculations are only a click away after doing a revision. If I remember correctly, Fidelity said last year the brokerage accounts were exempt from the Jan. 31st deadline.
Vin, I think that is correct. Given that they require input from every fund they offer for distribution categorization, I don't see how they would ever provide a valid 1099 by end of January. The K-1s are another thing entirely, and as you say, thank heaven for Turbo Tax.
I'm sure you noticed in the email they were trying to save on paperwork from reissuing corrected 1099s late in tax season. Doubt it will help them though. There's always 3 or 4 corrected ones in March and of course the late K-1s near tax time.
Last year wasn't too bad with Schwab. They issued only two 1099s, the first on Feb 6th, and the second on March 3rd. I've gotten use to not filing a final tax return until the first week in April. I've already generated a preliminary return for this year, and fortunately it looks like I'm getting a small refund despite my separation pay, pension earnings and passive income. Thank heaven for small favors.