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One of my mutual funds is a balanced fund (mix of stocks and bonds). The distributions from this fund consist of dividends, short-term capital gains, and long-term capital gains.

On Schedule D, where do you list the short-term CG distributions? Line 13 is where you enter capital gains distributions, but this is in the long-term section. I don't see a place for short-term CG distributions in the top half of the form.

Do short-term CG distributions go in the 28% rate gain column?

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