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(I haven't actually tried that, this is strictly a "top of the head" remark.) I just can't think of any way Turbo Tax would otherwise link two sales of "Company XYX stock", one reported by Schwab and one reported by "No Financial Institution." If my guess is correct here then delete the trade inside the "No Financial Institution" account and enter it only using the default "fill in the boxes" 1099-B entry form.

Your original answer and your follow-up comments are VERY helpful. I deleted everything about the NFI entry and started over; this time the liquidation proceeds appeared on the correct (F) 8949.

I received a cash distribution in box 8 of a 1099 DIV.

This was from a company (private) that was dissolved.

For the most part, this form of distribution is made from the company's capital base.

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