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Cost Basis when a mutual fund is replaced with another
I am trying to work out several instances where one mutual fund was replaced with another in a brokerage account. My understanding is that such a change shouldn't change the cost basis. I tried entering these as Corporate Name Change transactions, but that still seems to set the cost basis of the new fund at the market value as of the date of the change, instead of reflecting the original cost basis for each lot of the original mutual fund. Please help me figure out what I'm supposed to do. Thanks!
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