Get a Jump Start on Your 2013 Tax Return

1099 forms from First Command Bank are now available. eStatement customers will be able to access 1099 forms via OnCommand no later than January 31.

Print statement customers will receive copies via postal mail. Printed copies must be postmarked by January 31 so look for your 1099 in the mail in early February.

How to Access Your 1099 Electronically

  • To access your form, click the View eStatements tab in OnCommand.
  • Click on the View eStatements link.
  • You will be directed to the eStatements area of OnCommand where you will be able view your 1099 form.
  • Once you have been directed to the eStatements site you will need to find your name in the blue bar and click on the Tax Form tab.
  • In order to access your 1099 form via OnCommand, you must be registered for eStatements.
  • eStatement customers will be able to access 1099 forms via OnCommand no later than January 31.

Helpful Hints for Accessing Your FCB 1099

  • You can only access 1099 forms for accounts on which you are listed as the primary account holder. For example, if you have an account with a spouse or family member and you are the primary account holder and you are registered for eStatements then you simply log into OnCommand and navigate to the eStatements area to view your 1099. If you are not the primary account holder, you will be unable to view the 1099 form for that account.
  • If the primary account holder is not registered for eStatements then a paper copy of the 1099 will be mailed.
  • If you need your interest amounts prior to receiving your 1099, you can find that information on your December 2013 statement.
  • If your total interest on all deposit accounts is less than $10, you will not receive a 1099.