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I have over 5,000 trades for last year and i have saved my execution slips. Unfotunately my Brokerage house does not perform a 'realized capital gains/loss summary' at at the end of the year. I now have to prepare the schedule D by hand, does anyone know an easy way to tackle this problem and going forward what can i do to prevent this from happening next year. The obvious answer would be to go with a broker that performs a year end profit/loss calculation for its clients. Many don't . thanks for any and all input to this problem Gene
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