I will be reporting the short trade on my 2000 taxes. Since the sales proceeds were reported on my 1999 1099B, my Sch. D sales amounts will total MORE than my 2000 1099B.Do I need to attach a note explaining this, or it that only necessary when the Sch. D amount is less than the 1099B amount?IRS computers won't get mad at you if you report more gross sales than the brokers did. There are a number of different things that go on the Schedule D but are not reported on 1099-B's. Don't worry about it.TMF ExROPhil Marti
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