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Subject: 1099-B form and Capital Gains Date: 3/15/1999 3:32 PM
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I sold a portion of a mutual fund this year and was sent along with my 1099-div form a 1099-B form. Do I need to report this information along with my tax return? It asks for the price I bought the shares at and the price I sold them at. I bought shares for $10, but when I sold some shares this year, they sold for $8.50. Does this then register as a capital loss?

Bryant
isonb@umich.edu
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