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Should I enter the non-adjusted cost basis or the adjusted cost basis in Box 1e in Form 1099‑B in TurboTax for ESPP (Employee Stock Purchase Plan)?

I followed Craig W's comment: I think you want to enter the (unadjusted) cost basis, then check the 'The cost basis is incorrect or missing on my 1099-B' box underneath it. which seems to be correct,...
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I accidentally sold all of my Bitcoin with a limit order because I had never done one before

If the cost basis was $52,000 a coin and you sold it for $70,000 a coin that means your tax agency will be expecting you to pay taxes on the $18,000 a coin in gains. You will have to check the ...
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