Adjusted Tax Basis
Adjusted basis refers to the change in the material value of an asset or security from its initial acquired cost. Hence, it is the value of the asset which remains after it has undergone any capital improvements or any deductions are adjusted. The basis must be adjusted to retain the exact gain and loss records for calculating the returns and taxes.
To analyze an asset’s or security’s adjusted basis, you must add or subtract any changes to its opening recorded price from its initial purchase price.
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