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I received a 1099-B from my brokerage firm. I have a dollar amount in column 1g, but no code. Should I just not include the amount in my tax return?

 
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TomYoung
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I received a 1099-B from my brokerage firm. I have a dollar amount in column 1g, but no code. Should I just not include the amount in my tax return?

As you can see looking at the "official" 1099-B:

https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-prior/f1099b--2016.pdf

Box 1g identifies itself as a "wash sale loss disallowed."

If you enter an amount from Box 1g in the 1099-B interview TurboTax enters the amount in column 1g of Form 8949 with a code of "W" in column 1f.

Tom Young


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TomYoung
Level 13

I received a 1099-B from my brokerage firm. I have a dollar amount in column 1g, but no code. Should I just not include the amount in my tax return?

As you can see looking at the "official" 1099-B:

https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-prior/f1099b--2016.pdf

Box 1g identifies itself as a "wash sale loss disallowed."

If you enter an amount from Box 1g in the 1099-B interview TurboTax enters the amount in column 1g of Form 8949 with a code of "W" in column 1f.

Tom Young


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