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Fixing the cost basis of ETFs
About a year ago, I transferred brokerages (it was 4 ETFs). I accepted the transactions that downloaded into Quicken. It was 4 remove shares and 4 add shares. I didn't think about it much. Of course, now my cost basis is off (which I realized but figured since it is an IRA, not that big of a deal). Now I would like to fix it. My question is if I replace those add/removes with transfers like I should have done originally, will it mess up anything else (like dividends or something)?
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