Hello all, I have two similar situations:1. Vignette merged into Open Text. - I received a payout for the number of shares I had, which showed up as a long-term gain on 1099-B.- I received 5 shares of Open Text and the value of the stock on the day of the merger also showed up as a long-term gain on 1099-B.- Cash in lieu for fractional shares of Open Text was listed under short-term gain on 1099-B.- I still hold the Open Text shares.2. Wendy's spun off Tim Horton's and then Tim Horton's had a reorganization which led to it becoming a Canadian company which became a taxable event. This shows up on 1099-B. -I still hold both Wendys and TH shares.How do I account for these in terms of taxes and cost basis?Thank you for your help!
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