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The RSU cost basis is incorrect on my 1099-B' and it repost 0. Before the stock was available to me and company sold some of my shares as tax deduction.

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  • Your question is not very clear. Are you asking in what version of TT you can do adjustments to basis on schedule D?
    – littleadv
    Mar 27, 2023 at 1:44

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The RSU cost basis is incorrect on my 1099-B' and it repost 0.

That's not because of TurboTax, but instead it's due to the way brokers report cost basis for RSUs: Why is the cost basis reported by a broker on RSUs 0 USD?

See https://money.stackexchange.com/a/149724/5656 on how to report RSU cost basis properly.

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  • I found the cost basis from eTrade, followed by someone posted in the following steps. My problem is that I do not how to use TurboxTax to adjust, because it use 0 as cost basis I tried option: I have RSU, and tried option my 1099-B has infor I know is not right ... 1. Go to us.etrade.com/etx/pxy/tax-center 2. Click on Stock Plan Transactions Supplement 3. Look at the Adjusted Cost Basis column
    –  Qing
    Mar 31, 2023 at 15:51

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