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Imnlondon
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Form 8453 provided says I need to attach Form 8949s from 1040. However, looks like all Form 8949 pages were included w/ the 1040 Submission. Do I submit again?

 
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RichardG
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Form 8453 provided says I need to attach Form 8949s from 1040. However, looks like all Form 8949 pages were included w/ the 1040 Submission. Do I submit again?

This is the process for submitting information to the IRS for noncovered securities transactions if you elected not to enter each transaction separately in TurboTax.  The point is to report your basis in the noncovered stocks to the IRS.  Please look at box (e) on Form 8949.  If the boxes are empty, you either need to fill in the box or send in a brokerage statement that contains basis information.  

Please follow this link for more information.  https://turbotax.intuit.com/tax-tools/tax-tips/IRS-Tax-Forms/Guide-to-Schedule-D--Capital-Gains-and-...

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RichardG
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Form 8453 provided says I need to attach Form 8949s from 1040. However, looks like all Form 8949 pages were included w/ the 1040 Submission. Do I submit again?

This is the process for submitting information to the IRS for noncovered securities transactions if you elected not to enter each transaction separately in TurboTax.  The point is to report your basis in the noncovered stocks to the IRS.  Please look at box (e) on Form 8949.  If the boxes are empty, you either need to fill in the box or send in a brokerage statement that contains basis information.  

Please follow this link for more information.  https://turbotax.intuit.com/tax-tools/tax-tips/IRS-Tax-Forms/Guide-to-Schedule-D--Capital-Gains-and-...

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