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How can I correct the cost basis of an investment into a mutual fund?
I have a mutual fund that I purchased on September 9 and again on September 11. On September 11 Fidelity Investments had long term, short term and dividend distributions. My account at Fidelity does not include the value of the distributions in the cost basis, but Quicken does. I would like to make Quicken agree with Fidelity. Is it possible to make changes to the cost basis?