I just got my Zecco 1099 form for tax year 2011. The account is a taxable one. I was expecting to see some capital gains listed, because during 2011 I sold a mutual fund (that I held since 1999) and a stock (held since 2008) both at a gain. Zecco does not know my annual income, so they are not going to know about my capital gains rates/exemptions. I am certainly wondering why they have listed no capital gains at all. (I have just sent them a message about this)If anyone knows what's going on here, I'd greatly appreciate the help! Thanks,randSaver
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