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Old 03-26-2010, 12:15 PM
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Widely held fixed investment trust (WHFIT)

I'm trying to do 2009 taxes. I own one of these trusts, First trust unit 1690. There was five principal payment transactions and on the brokers staetment was the amount of proceeds and cost basis allocation factor but don't know how to figure the gain/loss.

Trust was inherited in 2008 and I know the beginning cost and shares.

Thanks for any insight.



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