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I thought you were doing a 1041. According to the instructions I'm reading you don't use the 8949 for a 1041 Schedule D.

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That would explain why it doesn't show it for the 1041.

I thought the 1099 had the tax basis based on the stated acquistion date. Verifying the cost basis, the 1099 is correct. They may have back dated the acquistion date to make it a long term transaction.

Now if I can just generate correct final K-1s. It maybe time to delete the return, and try again. Software can be helpful, but all it takes is one incorrect entry to generate really bad output.
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