You've going to need records of any reinvested dividends - how many shares you bought and what you paid. The larger mutual fund companies have kept track of this for you in the last few years. Does your statement show a "cost basis"? If so, you can use that to get an average share cost. If the fund company doesn't have a cost basis, I hope you have all the statements showing share purchases with dividends.
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