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Were they needed on the others? Schedule D-1 comes into play only if there's not enough room on line 1 or 8 (7?) of Schedule D.

Well, okay and oops -- it seems there wasn't enough to generate the D-1. They both had carryover losses, so I guess I'm just used to having seen D-1 in the past. I'm also used to seeing the names of the investments as well as the amounts, not just "capital gains distributions" on line 13.

However, I still couldn't find my D-1 again, so I'm glad I printed it out at the time.

Thanks so much, Phil! You're the best!

~~ Alison
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