For years, brokers reported when a client sold a stock, but weren't required to report whether the investment had a gain or a loss.
That makes the form 1099 a good starting point for advisors to help spot last-minute tax filing issues that can impact clients, now that brokers have to include these cost basis gains and losses. The government wants to know the outcomes of investments clients made during the year.
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