Thanks very much, Peter.Stocks and mutual funds play by different rules when determining cost basis. So you need to make sure which one you're dealing with.Assuming your second comment is correct and this is a stockYup, and my mind was going faster than my fingers with my first post <g>.And no, using a zero cost does not lock you in to using a zero cost for the rest of the shares.That's what I thought, and I'm glad you've confirmed it. The dollar amounts I've got are $6.48, $.05, $0.59, $12.71, $5.69, $1.57, $15.54, $5.23 and two for $0.01 -- totalling under $50, which doesn't seem to be worth the effort of digging through all the documentation (let alone looking for the documentation, packrat that I am) for those fractional shares.There are a couple of others of higher dollar amounts which warrant some effort, but not those other ones I've listed.Thanks again! ~~ Alison
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