As brokers and investors are all too aware by now, IRS Form 1099-B, on which brokerage transactions are reported, has a new look this year.

“With respect to the cost basis shown on trades, clients are often confused by wash sale/disallowed losses and the resulting basis adjustments to replacement securities,”  Susan Hartman, an attorney and senior tax and estate planning consultant with Raymond James & Associates, says.

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