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Form 1040A

IRS Form 1040A is a short-form annual tax return that is less complex than the standard IRS Form 1040 but still requires more information and allows for more deductions than IRS Form 1040EZ. This form does not allow the attachment of Form 8949 and Schedule D for reporting capital gains and losses from stock sales. If you sold stock during the tax year, you will need to file IRS Form 1040 and attach your completed Form 8949 and Schedule D. For details on tax return reporting when you have stock compensation, see the Tax Center elsewhere on this website.

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