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Hi all !

Last year I sold a few covered calls on a stock holding that was in red.
I did this for a few months and made some money.

When I got my tax stmt from my brokerage, the options trades were clearly marked as "not reported to IRS".

Does this mean I don't have to report these to IRS on my tax returns ?
( I bet not ! :-) )

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