Did you make loads of trades in 2000? Are you dreading inputting them all into your
Capital Gains and Losses
? Well, relax. If your broker's statement has everything the
Internal Revenue Service
needs (i.e. date purchased, date sold, proceeds and cost) or you've created a similar schedule, then all you have to do is attach it to your tax return. Name it Statement 1. Write See attached Statement 1 on Schedule D and include the statement to the back of your return.