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Where do I find cost basis?

Chelo
Chelo Member ✭✭
The stupid thing is that it shows me my cost basis on my purchases in the "portfolio" tab (which is easy to calculate), but it's not showing me the cost basis of my stock *SALES*. Isn't there some way to see this? I'm so frustrated.

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  • Frankx
    Frankx SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    Hi @Chelo,

    I am a Windows user, so I'm not sure that it will translate exactly, but you can see your cost basis for any and all sales transactions through Reports

    For completed sales - I would go to: "Reports" > "Investing" > "Capital Gains"

    For all holdings - I would go to: "Reports" > "Investing" > "Portfolio Value & Cost Basis"

    Good luck!

    Frankx


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  • Chelo
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    Thanks for the help. Both the tax schedule report and changing the realized gains setting did the trick.
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