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Step-up in cost basis
In addition to my own Quicken file, I also have files for some elderly relatives. It occurred to me that, at some point in the future, their estates will likely experience a step-up (or step-down) in cost basis when one of them passes away. I'm thinking I'll need to remove shares and then add the same number of shares back with the adjusted cost basis. It's a little tedious but not out of the question. Is there a better way?
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