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I will definitely use the 1099-R and W-2 summaries because they provide an itemized listing of all tax slips. But the 1099-misc summary seems to give give just the total, which I already have. My client has 25 oil 1099-misc slips, and each year I struggle to make sure I have them all, it would be nice to have an itemized summary as you do with W-2's and 1099R's.
When dealing with that many 1099-Misc forms, it is convenient to left click on the line for entering income not reported on a 1099 and then entering each name and number on that supporting statement. It takes very little time and gives you the list you need. I usually enter a number on that list for a total of income that was not reported on a 1099. You also have the option as to whether or not to include that statement as a part of the return.