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I am using the Kiplinger taxcut program
to do my taxes and am using the schedule
"D" worksheet to enter capital gains.
If I bought some shares of a stock on a
certain date and some more shares of the
same stock on another date, then later
sold all shares of this particular stock
on a third date, for the purchase price
do I add the purchase prices from both
purchase dates together, or is there
another way to calculate this?
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