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Well, here I am, foolishly (literally!) doing my taxes on 4/15/01 and I have a question so I turn to all my Foolish friends! Now, you have to promise not to laugh at my investing style...I purchased 100 shares of PLRX (I know, I know) at $1.50 (thought I was getting a deal! Anyway, they did a 1:8 reverse split so now I only have 12.5!

Well, my wopping proceeds is .13 - look, I said don't laugh at me :(

Should I bother giving the IRS this info?? I use Turbo Tax and it only has a place for a "sale". This is my first year of investing (my others are doing just fine, thank you :) so I am being very careful. Any advice???


Tia :)
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