Hi, I made a position transfer (US options) between brokers, and in the realized gains/losses that I see in the first broker's tax report I see that the transfer was recorded as a closing transaction and not as a positions transfer. So that, for example, if I originally shorted an option for 1.00 in the first broker, following the transfer the tax report showed that I closed this position at 0 (zero cost) on the transfer date and therefore had a gain of 1.00, while the truth is that I did not have a realized gain at all following the transfer, since the position was just transferred to another broker, and not closed. I told this to the broker and I was told that the it cannot make such updates in its data and when I file my tax return I should update the cost basis manually. However, since the broker reports separately to the IRS, I am worried that this transaction will be recorded as a closing transaction and not as a transfer transaction, and therefore even if I can update the cost basis it will not help me, since the transaction will be recorded as a closing transaction and this what makes the distortion in the first place, not the cost basis. Have anyone had a similar issue? This is the first time that I encounter such problem, and any feedback will be appreciated. Thanks.