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I had stocks in a company that went bankrupt in 2016. Can and where do I show the loss. It does not show up on my Scottrade 1099-div anywhere

 
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I had stocks in a company that went bankrupt in 2016. Can and where do I show the loss. It does not show up on my Scottrade 1099-div anywhere

Yes, you can take the loss as of the date the company filed for bankruptcy (that will be the date of disposition).  You will enter in the same manner you enter a 1099-B. Start the process as if you were entering a new 1099-B, but indicate you did not receive a Form 1099-B.  TurboTax will ask you a series of questions and take you through the process.

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