HiI have held a mutual fund for some time. It's doing fine, share price is up. But I have a question. I made an initial investment, then just let the dividends and CGs be reinvested. So I'd end up automatically purchasing fractional numbers of shares with those profits every quarter. Of course, I was getting 1099s each year with the numbers, and paying tax on those amounts.Now, if I want to sell the shares, how do I figure out my basis price? (Or in other words, how do I figure out how much I have to pay tax on?)Thanx
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