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My Smith-Barney 1099-B has all the relevant data, but not really. The actual 1099-B has only the sales, while another section, the cap gains report, has all the data. But that other section is not an official part of the 1099-B -- it only comes attached to it.

Flegbo, thank you for the clarification. One account appears to be set-up that way, the data is probably an addendum to the actual 1099B.

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