I just sold 65 shares of a mutual I have been contributing to for many years. To reduce taxes, I sold the last 65 shares I purchased and have a letter from my broker stating this. How do I figure the cost basis for the shares I sold? Do I count only the last 65 shares purchased with contributions, or do I also include any shares bought through dividend or capital gain reinvestment. I pay taxes on the dividends and capital gains every year.Thanks, Rich
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