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I'm sure this has been asked before, but I don't know the right words to ask in the search.

I have the statements in front of me that tell how many of my company stock were purchased and on what date and price (this is a company employee stock purchase plan). I sold it all last year, but don't know how to figure out the cost basis for it all.

There an easy forumlae or an online calculator?

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