I couldn't find anything in tmf investment tax guide about how to handle cash-in-lieu credited to account following a split. Is it just considered reimbursement, not really sure how/where/if to record it on the tax forms!! Schedule D instructions refer to Publication 550, which hasn't been very helpful so far. The amount in question is trivial, & wont alter my tax bracket, etc., but it is recorded on form 1099 from the broker as CIL. I'd appreciate any help/insight or info referrals ----thanks, apacherose
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