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dgillyerek
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Can't enter large enough number on 1099b 1d

 
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dgillyerek
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Can't enter large enough number on 1099b 1d

Says: Cannot exceed 9999999.99

dgillyerek
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Can't enter large enough number on 1099b 1d

This seems like a bug. I should be able to enter much bigger numbers. I need decimal(11,2) not decimal(9,2)

dgillyerek
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Can't enter large enough number on 1099b 1d

this impacts 1e on 1099-b as well!

dgillyerek
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Can't enter large enough number on 1099b 1d

Annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd it also impacts:

Total adjustments to gain (or loss)

on the same screen. 

JohnB5677
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Can't enter large enough number on 1099b 1d

If you have a number that is $10,000,000 or greater.  The workaround is to split the amount.

 

Example:  You have a $18,000,000 sale, and your cost basis is $12,000,000.

 

Split this entry into two parts.  Enter $9,000,000 for the sale twice, and $6,000,000 for the cost basis twice.

 

This works for the IRS because they are only concerned with matching the total.

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