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It is a 1099 from a broker (Interactive Brokers) which will include sale of stock, dividends, credit interest, foreign taxes, margin interest, ADR fees and anything else I may have left out.

I have been going through the monthly statements to get all the info, but I'd like to check it against the 1099.

I owe taxes so I won't be filing until close to the deadline anyway, but I'd like to calculate the damage before then. I assume that even if I get an extension, I still owe the money by 4/17.
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