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Why don’t I receive my Schedule K-1 by January 31, which is the date required for distribution of Form 1099?

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Why don’t I receive my Schedule K-1 by January 31, which is the date required for distribution of Form 1099?

A:

The required distribution date for Schedule K-1s is different than for Form 1099s. Federal law requires partnerships to provide a Schedule K-1 to partners no later than the extended due date of the partnership return. However, Enviva Partners, LP strives to provide Schedule K-1s as early as possible. Prior to mailing the Schedule K-1s to unitholders, Enviva Partners, LP obtains information regarding units bought or sold during the year from brokerage firms and our transfer agent to prepare the Schedule K-1s. Much of this information, in accordance with applicable law, is not provided to us until late January. Following a review and transfer of this information, the final books of the partnership must also be closed and other information must be cleared, reviewed and processed before Schedule K-1s can be printed and mailed.

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