Telstra 2 Shares Cost Base for Capital Gains

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Are you selling your Telstra 2 Shares that you bought in the 2nd offer in October 1999.

 

The original installment for public applicants was $4.50 on the 15/10/1999.

 

The second and final installment of $2.90 was on the 2/11/2000.

 

The total purchase price being $7.40 for the two installments being bought on the 15/10/1999.

 

 

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4 Responses to Telstra 2 Shares Cost Base for Capital Gains

  1. Silvio Rivier says:

    I received a letter and application form from National Capital Corporation Pty Ltd (NCC)in Loganholme, QLD offering to buy my existing TESLTRA 2 shares (600 for $1902).

    Can you please advise whether this is a Bona Fide company you are familiar with and whether it is safe to proceed with this transaction? Their offer closes 10 Jan 2011.
    Yours sincerely
    Silvio Rivier

  2. McCutcheon says:

    I am trying to locate my shares. Can you help.
    With thanks
    V McCutcheon

    • Sorry unable to help, most companies have a contact in regard to their share registry. If you know what shares you own you will then be able to contact the appropriate company and change you details.

  3. Tony says:

    The Telstra Share Registry is LinkMarket: telstra@linkmarketservices.com.au, or visit their website http://www.linkmarketservices.com.au/telstra

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