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2012
Level 3

Too many stock transaction entries for State of NJ?

Dear All -

 

Good morning.  Since Turbo Tax was not able to download my 2020 stock transactions fully (due to too many entries), I am putting together Form 8453 with 1099B attached for fed tax purpose.   

 

Now, does anyone know if NJ Treasury has any similar procedure in place to allow tax payers to report stock transactions separately?  The closest thing I could find was Sched NJ-DOP, but it was very much like Form 8949.  I combed through NJ Treasury website to see if there any form similar to Form 8453, but to no avail.  And, I couldn't find much in there to address the issue I am faced with now, which is why I am posting my question here. 

 

If someone has prior experience or knowledge about this issue, please kindly advise?  Thank you in advance for your time and consideration for the matter above!    J

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Too many stock transaction entries for State of NJ?

NJ does not ask you to mail transaction details.

My personal feeling is NJ will not make an issue of it if you do not attach the NJ-DOP form.

2012
Level 3

Too many stock transaction entries for State of NJ?

Hi Fanfare.  Thank you for your comment!  I hope that is the case, yet TurboTax generated and provided NJ Treasury with all the stock transactions made in 2019 as part of Sched. NJ-DOP, which led me to believe that the same would be true for 2020.  J 

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