Hello,I keep reading that DRiPs are a tax nightmare, however, I really want to enroll my stocks in DRiPs to save on transaction costs. Could someone please explain why DRiPs are such a tax nightmare? Can't I just keep a "cost-average" and then use that number to determine my gain or loss when I buy or sell?Thanks!
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