Special Report: The 1099-B Problem

Learn why IRS regulations have failed to meet cost basis reporting needs for active traders.

Active traders and investors need accurate cost basis reporting for tax purposes. Does the 1099-B fulfill that need? Has the IRS achieved the goals of the 2008 Cost Basis Legislation? Those questions and more are explored in this 25-page special report published by the makers of TradeLog Software entitled The 1099-B Problem.

The 1099-B Problem exposes serious problems created by the current 1099-B regulations. The report examines IRS instructions and publications along with actual 1099-B reporting to highlight the challenges faced by active traders. This special report also includes key recommendations for fixing the 1099-B problem and providing the accurate cost basis reporting needed.

Whether you are an active trader, a tax professional, a legislator, or government regulator, you will want to read this special report to understand how the 1099-B problem affects you!

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The 1099-B Problem

TradeLog has produced accurate tax reporting for Schedule D long before 1099-B cost basis reporting. Learn more and see how TradeLog continues to help active traders today.

Please note: This information is provided only as a general guide and is not to be taken as official IRS instructions. Cogenta Computing, Inc. does not make investment recommendations nor provide financial, tax or legal advice. You are solely responsible for your investment and tax reporting decisions. Please consult your tax advisor or accountant to discuss your specific situation.