In 2019 I sold an investment with a long term capital loss. I reported the loss on Schedule D.
In 2021 and 2022 I had additional expenses associated with that investment. I believe those are still reported on schedule D, I'm just not sure where to put them.
i don't think we can properly answer your question. we don't know what these additional expenses are or what the nature of the original investment was. the expenses may be deductible on schedule D, but maybe somewhere else or they may not be deductible at all.
It was a land investment which was in litigation and now there are legal fees associated with the prior ownership and sale.
I would think it's an "adjustment to gain or loss" on 8949, but TT won't give me a copy of 8949 unless certain things are entered on Schedule D.
try investment income
stocks, mutual funds other
1099-B = no
i'll enter sale one at a time
description - add your own description
date sold - date paid
date acquired - same as date originally report on sale
sales proceeds = 0
cost = amount paid
holding period - select
state - select
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