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I would be cautiou. If your brokerage reports the gross proceeds of a wash sale on form 1099-B you should report a sale on schedule D with sales price = cost basis; if not, you will be answering one of those meaningless, aggravating, cumbersome, loathsome, time-consuming, unproductive, unexplainable to the tax-uneducated, computer generated IRS notices.


PS - havent read the whole thread so someone possibly has brought this up before.
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