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Some built-in RSU functionality would be very good, and I have voted support.For me, it has not been too difficult, in terms of workarounds in a separate brokerage account. On the two times a year that I have RSUs vesting I do the following:"Add" shares of the underlying stock for the number and FMV of the vest."Sell" the number of shares sold to satisfy taxes and, a"Withdraw" funds for the tax sale proceeds sent directly to the IRSThis information is all available on the designated broker's website. I'm then left with the RSUs I own and can sell, and when I do sell, I "withdraw" funds, this time for the electronic transfer sent to my bank, and the capital gains calculations works normally. What's missing, of course, is a more streamlined procedure and way to model in the future. And I am not available to track the W-2 component effectively, as part of the paycheck.