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I had Dell and Mako in my taxable account at Tdameritrade.
Mako was taken over and got cash for my 30 shares
Dell became private and I received $13 per share

TD ameritrade did not report the cost basis to IRS in the 1099B.They said they don't have to report cost basis of non covered securities. So what is non covered securities?
My HR block person said I don't have to report cost basis but I feel i have to. I have a loss in dell

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