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Subject: Wash Sale: pmarti/TMF Date: 2/22/2000 4:11 PM
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Hi Pmarti,

Just one more question before I start filling my Scd D for 1999..

Do I have to make the enteries in the Scd D DATEWISE or SECURITYwise...

My 1099-B is indexed SECURITYwise....

Here is what I have done:

1. I have a printout from Quicken showing all the transactions securitywise for 1999.

2. I identified the ones that had wash sale enteries for 1999.

3. I made an Excel Spreadsheet for those stocks, changing the basis wherever the WASH SALE rule applies.
(I had to make 9 pages of Spreadsheets to accomodate all the transactions).

4. Now I am going to put all the enteries in the Scd D, in TurboTax, but I need the above info, how do I put it, DATEWISE or SCRIPTWISE..

5. I WILL MAKE sure that the total amount of SALES for 1999 in my 1099-B should be exactly equal to what I add up in my Scd D..

Do I have to take care of anything else...

Thx

Sanjubooty
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