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Old 02-18-2015, 12:38 AM
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Question Is there a Cost Basis for Add Shares and Remove Shares.


Here's what I am working with so far:

Cost Basis for add-type transaction (Buy, Reinvest Dividends, Capital Gains, etc.) = (# of shares) x (price per share) + (Commission)

Cost Basis for subtract-type transaction (Sell, etc.) = (# of shares) x (price per share) - (Commission)

But what do you do when the company adds shares on you? Do you put the price per share to 1 or 0?

I appreciate your help!

Regards, Leaning

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