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Author: iuhoopfan Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 121182  
Subject: Options Date: 1/31/2000 10:48 PM
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I am fairly new to the options game, and in 1999 I had two sales of calls for gains. I use an online broker, and when I received my 1099, those two trades were not reflected with my other sales and proceeds. How are they reported to the IRS? I thought they were treated the same as regular share sales for tax purposes, but why weren't they on the 1099? Did my o.l.b. screw up, or am I missing something here?
Thanks,
Dave
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