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<< I sold some stocks which I don't remember the price the time that I purchased because those stocks from the company that I used to work for since 1986. (I am no longer with the company since 1996. And the employer match 1/2. Now I don't know what to put cost of long term stocks on the schedule D. Please help. >>

There are several recent threads about valuing old stocks. You might find some help there. If the company still exists, they might have some records that would help you.

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