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Someone mentioned RR Donnelley a while ago, so:

In yesterdays WSJ pg C11, says they sold 450 million of notes due 2019 to refinance debt coming due soon.

The 6.625% notes of 4/15/29 presently yielding 8.5%

On my tax form from ZionsDirect, found that my purchase of a stock, selling of two call options against that stock, and the selling of the stock when the second call option got exercised, were all reported on 1099-B as one transaction. So, it was all considered a long term gain.
I thought the two call options that I sold...first one expired and the second was exercised, and both were for only 6 months...would be treated as two separate transactions and taxed as short term gains.
I'm not complaining, but was surprised at how Zions reported it.
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