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In January of 2006, I sold a Virginia Tax Fee mutual fund because I have moved to North Carolina. The 1099 they sent me was a 1099-B, but, when I look at this form (which I had to search for in TurboTax), it doesn't seem appropriate. It seems to me that this belongs in captial gains or losses (It is a small gain), and I have done so. Is the 1099-B in error? They also report a small tax-free dividend which goes on 1099-INT, but that is all right (Maybe not tax-free in NC however.).

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It seems to me that this belongs in captial gains or losses (It is a small gain), and I have done so. Is the 1099-B in error?

A 1099-B *is* for reporting capital gains and losses. Well, at least, its for reporting sales that results in a gain or loss (its usually up to you to supply the correct basis). Am I missing something?
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