I sold several shares of JNJ stock that was part of an employee stock purchase plan. How do I account for this on my income tax return. This is the first time I have ever sold any stock and I can't make heads or tails of Schedule D. My taxes are fairly simple and I always do them myself, but this has me stumped! I don't really want to pay someone to do my taxes so I hope someone can help. I was laid off from that company 6 yrs ago but have purchased additional shares thru the dividend reinvestment on that account. How do I know how much I paid for these stock since they were bought over several years. Do I just add the amount I received onto my total income?Any help would be appreciated!
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