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This is a really dumb question I know.

I have a Rollover IRA (from a company 401K plan). It is primarily invested in stocks. When I withdraw from this account, how do I determine the tax due for the portion withdrawn?

Since many stocks and funds have been sold over the years within the IRA, how can I determine a cost basis for the amount withdrawn?

Thank's for any assistance.
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