Maybe I'll just file my return tomorrow without including this sale of stock, and write to the IRS and ask them to send me a bill for the capital gains on a sale of 200 shares that netted $7309. Not including the T sale would be a huge error and cause problems with the IRS. As others have suggested you could file with cost basis of $0/$50 for now. Research all the AT&T spin-offs, price splits, etc and file an amended return once you have the correct data.Yes, someone turned AT&T basis tracking into a business.You could get this resource to help (for a cost)http://www.denvertax.com/att-tax-basis/Default.htmHohum
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