Hi there! No, you will not receive a 1099 for your check. 1099s are typically only issued for payments over $600.
Additionally, the money you received as a payout from the bankruptcy is not taxable income for you. The only instance in which you might receive a 1099 is if there was a significant discharge of company debt, in which case the lender might send you a 1099-C. But again, this wouldn’t be taxable income since the debt relief was a result of bankruptcy.
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