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Hi ...Some please help! I am new to doing tax returns..I had my taxes done by a tax accountant and now I am going over it to try to understand it all so that I can use it to my advantage in trying to save on taxes....However, I can't figure out where line 13-column g figure actually comes from...Is it a portion of the total cap gain distribution from column f? What caluculation actually produces that number...thanks for the help............ignorance is not bliss!...Debbie
ps...I will have more dumb questions soon but at least I'm learning something
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