We are releasing a report to all Private Market companies for administrators to review their certificate cost basis and original acquisition dates. This report will allow administrators to view cost basis data prior to the delivery of 1099B tax statements to stakeholders by mid-February.
How it works
This in-app report is available by navigating from Capitalization -> Reporting -> Form 1099b cost basis report.
Administrators will be able to view columns like stakeholder details, certificate ID's, quantity of shares sold, date acquired (original acquisition date), proceeds, gain/loss, and including various cost basis fields:
- cost_basis_total_certificate = full value going back to the original certificate
- cost_basis_per_share = cost basis of total certificate / total shares quantity
- cost_basis_sold_certificate = cost basis per share X sold shares quantity
From this report, Issuers can identify which certificates need to be changed and/or excluded from tax filing, and will have the opportunity to correct the data until late-January.
Who does this impact?
This report will be available to individuals with role permissions of Company Admin, and including Company Editors.
In the next month, Carta's Liquidity team will be reaching out to ensure that data has been reviewed and is considered approved by Issuers for generating 1099B statements. Stakeholders will be able to access tax statements in their portfolios by mid-February.