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I have a Consolidated Form 1099 and being "frugal" I am using the free version of TaxAct. The capital gains are long term and come from selling 7 different lots of 2 stocks. I assume that means that I will have to fill out a Schedule D and a Schedule D1. I did find that place in the interview questions for the free version of Tax Act where I will enter my stock sales, but I haven't entered them yet. I previously answered the capital gains question under mutual funds which is why TaxAct elected to not use the Schedule D.

Thanks for your help.
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