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I have several purchases and sales of the same
stock throught the year where I bought,
sold all shares, bought again sold
all shares again over and over on
dips and highs. This leaves 40+ line
entries on my scedule D for each
transaction. Can I just take the
total cost, Total sales and put
various dates creating one line
entry since they are all
short term capital gains and all the
same stock? I would like to do this
for all of the same type stock so
I dont get a hefty bill from
H&R block for each line entry...
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