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Last year I sold stock obtained through an Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP) and I am having trouble trying to determine where the Qualifying Disposition should be shown on my taxes. I'm using Turbo Tax to do my taxes, but it doesn't seem to be allowing me to account for the disposition on my 1099-B.

Can anyone tell me where the disposition should be reported or how to do this in TTax? Just knowing where the disposition should be reported might allow me to poke TTax in such a way that would allow me to take this into account.

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