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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing 1041 Instructions Schedule D

Instructions and Help about 1041 Instructions Schedule D

I've created this video to help explain the completion of a form 8949 and a Schedule D first of all the form 8949 rolls up onto the Schedule D so that means we're going to have to complete the 8949 before we can complete the Schedule D so the first slide shows you the example facts you have some stock here that you are selling for $1000 and it has a cost basis of $10,000 using the formula you learned in Chapter one amount realized - adjusted basis equals your gain or loss that will tell you that this particular transaction has a $9,000 loss let's also assume that this is a short-term capital loss so that means we acquired the stock sometime within a year and we've sold it now the problem facts didn't give me the date acquired or the date sold so I can make those dates up so in column a you're going to describe what is happening here it was that we sold some green company stock I've already told you that I'm making up my dates you just need to make them up sometime in the year 2022 column E is our sales price while we sold it for $1,000 and column F is our cost we have a cost of $10,000 there is nothing more to complete on this form other than the totals so jump down to the bottom and row 2 just asks you to add up all of the lines above it so the total in column E is going to be a thousand and the total in column F is going to be 10,000 so now we can move over to our Schedule D you may have noticed on the previous form if not you can pause this and...

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