I am about to liquidate some shares of a mutual fund. The form asks if I use the "specific shares method" for calculating capital gains. Then says to list the shares to be used for capital gains reporting.This fund was a naked mutual fund not in any type of tax qualified plan. I have been accumulating monthly for 10 years.Is there an alternative to the specific shares method? and which is better?Thanks,daytonmike
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