1099-B: 2015 Proceeds from Broker and Barter Exchange Transactions
This information is provided to shareholders who sold shares in a fund that had a fluctuating share price. Details of the proceeds from each exchange, redemption, and check-writing draft are provided for the purpose of computing a gain or loss on the sale of securities.
The following information outlines how to report 1099-B information on your federal tax return:
The IRS requires mutual funds to group this information by up to five categories based on the holding period of the shares sold and if the shares sold were covered or noncovered shares. As a result of this requirement, your sales may be split into different categories.
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