I'm perplexed as to why Intuit would get rid of the cap gain (loss) transaction worksheet. I get that they want us to now use the 1099-B to summarize the Box A & D transactions, but if there are wash sales within those sales, we now have to break those out and separately list them in the quick entry table? Everything about this is so clearly inefficient - from what I mentioned above, to reporting employer stock - I am enormously irritated by this.
PLEASE consider bringing back this VERY important worksheet.
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