<I do not know what a Qualifying Disposition is (I assume it is a sale), but the capital gains are reported on Schedule D. From there it is transferred to line 13 of form 1040. I assume you enter your cost basis in column e of the form and the sale price in column d and follow the rest of the Schedule D instructions.>The qualifying disposition needs to be reported as normal income. The amount of this income is the discount I received from the ESPP program. The program allows you to purchase stock at a discount to the fair market value. When you sell the stock, that discount is considered income, not capital gains, but I do not know how to get TTax to allow me to report it. I've gone through the TTax interview and entered the sales onto schedule D, but as far as I can tell, it does not allow you to make this adjustment to the capital gains.
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