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Subject: Re: import 1256 trades into H&RB? Date: 4/1/2013 9:45 AM
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I'm not sure where Form 8453 would be relevant to those particular transactions that I asked about. And Form 8949 is automatically generated by H&RB-AH from when I imported my regular stock and options trades. However, there was no request for that transaction-level of detail with 6781 ... it merely requested the summary/total of the trades, broken out by "account" ... which I took to mean that I only needed one line for my TDAmeritrade account, which is where all of the transactions were made.

Could "account" mean something different, implying the need for individual transaction details?

Sorry to maybe be beating a dead horse on this, especially since I already e-filed everything. But now I'm curious as to whether or not I did it correctly, and whether I should expect a followup query.

as always, i am full of carp
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