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Author: lungdoc One star, 50 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 121114  
Subject: Help with calculating adjusted cost basis Date: 2/3/2001 3:01 PM
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I initially purchased shares of Sit Tax Free Fund in 1992 and elected to reinvest all (monthly) dividends, etc, in additional shares...For various ( I'm convinced Foolish) reasons I sold all shares over a period of 6 weeks this past fall....SIT mutual funds informs me that they do not provide adjusted cost basis data to individuals (GROAN)...

Is there any efficient way (program, internet site, etc) that I could plug the data into (I guess month by month for the 8 years of reinvested dividends and cap gains) to calculate long and short term cap gain/loss without resorting to plugging it into a calculator ?

MANY thanks for any help you can offer....If you could email your reply that would be super...

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