Knew IRS was going to require brokers to include wash sale calcs into their software for the 2011 tax year. I see its on the recently released gain/loss statement for my 2010 trades worksheet as an individual trader. Is there any way to not include the wash sales? a box to uncheck somewhere? WHAT ARE THOSE THAT HAVE DECLARED MARK-TO-MARKET ACCOUNTING WITH THE I.R.S. TO USE??????? (wash sales don't apply to them) and since IB is the professional's gateway to the world makets aren't many of its customers on MTM with the IRS? I know most of you prolly export your trades to other programs.....but since I am now unable to use the standard ole gains/loss worksheet, is there a way I can just take the "trades" section of the activity statement and reformat what columns are shown so that it is more like the gains/loss worksheet? Also, does IB have two different sets of trades/profits data it is going to submit to the I.R.S.? One showing profits for those who are subject to wash-sales, and a different profit/loss calc. for those on mark-to-market? ...........or is it left up to MTM traders to inform the IRS that the profit/loss supplied by IB on behalf of the trader are WRONG because they include wash-sale adjustments? BTW........I'm not an unhappy customer...only complaint I've ever found with IB in two years is that when a stock is halted and then re-opened say in the extended hours.........you are unable to get in on the instantaneous opening action at the re-open as their system is delayed in showing the new re-opening prints as well as in allowing you to enter an order on the stock. I've set there on both FINL and this week in TTWO and watched prints come across the time/sales on my other broker's platform while IB is still in halt mode(and it had gone across the news wires that the stock was re-opened)...........OTHERWISE NOTHING BUT OUTSTANDING SERVICE FROM IB I.M.H.O.