Collectibles include works of art, rugs, antiques, metals (such as gold, silver, and platinum bullion), gems, stamps, coins, alcoholic beverages, and certain other tangible property.
If you have a gain or loss on the sale of a collectible, you must create a Form 1099-B Proceeds From Broker and Barter Exchange Transactions in the TaxAct program and answer all questions appropriately in order for Schedule D Capital Gains and Losses to calculate.
To enter Form 1099-B for your capital gain or loss transactions through the Q&A:
- From within your TaxAct return (Online or Desktop), click Federal. On smaller devices, click in the upper left-hand corner, then click Federal.
- Click Investment Income in the Federal Quick Q&A Topics menu to expand, click Gain or loss on the sale of investments to expand, then click Capital gain or loss (Form 1099-B).
- Click + Add Form 1099-B to create a new copy of the form or click Edit to review a form already created.
- Click Quick Entry to scroll down to answer all applicable questions (including checking Collectibles in Box 3) or click Step-by-Step Guidance to proceed with the program interview questions.
- When on the screen titled Investment Sales - Transaction Details, be sure to check Proceeds are from collectibles (box 3), then click Continue.
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