<<I sold some stocks I got through ESPP (Employee Stock Purchase Plan) last year, but the W-2 I got did not reflect the discount I am getting. My employer refused to issue a new W-2 (they basicly expected me to report this to them before 12/31/99 since they don't really track it). While I will report the short term capital gain portion of it on schedule D, how can I report the "regular income" portion? Should I just describe it on a piece of white paper? Has anyone done this sort of thing before? Thanks in advance for your help.>>This also happened to me a couple of years ago. You need to report the discount on line 21, Other Income. Also, on line 21, you will need to write "Disqualifying Stock Disposition".bzc
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