Thanks for all of your responses. I'm startingto get the idea. I'm still a little confused,however. I've owned these funds for the last 10 years sinceI was 13 (which makes me 23!!) Let's justsay the paperwork I have on the funds datesback to about '97. (I have no idea where therest is. My parents probably chucked it all). So my question is - can and will the mutual fundcompanies provide the information necessaryin calculating my gain/loss in order for meto determine the taxes I will owe? If so, what should I request? To be honest, I have no idea how much I initiallyinvested, how the dividends have contributed to the value of the fund over the course of 10 years,as well as the taxes I've paid thus far. Is therea convenient place to look for this type of information?Obviously these funds have at least gained a little over the course of 10 years, actually they've gained a fair amount.Where can I get each year's Form 1099 from the fund?(assuming I don't have them?)Thanks for any help you can provide...
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