How do I report my brokerage account transactions on taxes if I close my brokerage account and move to a different broker?

Will they send me account information for tax purposes at the end of the year, even if I close my account with them?

Will thy even have any information if i close my account?

Other answer:

Nicholas:
If you have to sell the securities, your old brokerage will send you the necessary tax forms. If the securities are just transferred to the new brokerage company, there is no tax issue.
Max Hoopla:
The old one will send you an IRS Form 1099-B early next year.
Judy:
Yes you'll still get your end of year broker statement.
wg0z:
You'll get a 1099 from them early next year.
tro:
each house will send you the 1099 B at year's end, one will have the sales you did with them the other the sales you did with them–not a problem
StephenWeinstein:
They will still send the information, even if you close your account. They will still have the information. They keep it for many years, even if you close your account.
Bob:
They will send you a tax document at the end of the year
Pascal the Gambler:
They will still send the tax docs.
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