Originally Posted by vaxcardinal
these are long term capital gains. your statement will actually break out long-term and short-term. hope you're not doing your taxes by hand.
Thank you and the others for the responses.
The 1099B I got from the mutual fund company was pretty thorough, only thing I didn't have was whether it was short or long as it's not on the form and since it wasn't broken out it was clear it was all receiving similar treatment So if you mean calculating the gain/loss, average cost etc then no, all that is on my 1099B, and I am using software so all taxes and applicable schedules are done for me, just didn't have that one piece of info.
If you mean not seeing a tax prep person, guilty as charged
, but honestly my taxes are generally straight forward, the one time I did go they didn't find me anything I wouldn't have found. This was the first remotely complicated thing I have had in years.