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What are ACBs? How are they calculated? Where can one obtain information on a specific stock’s ACB?



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Adjusted cost base (ACB) represents the amount you paid for an investment plus any additional costs, such as fees and commissions.

If you have an account with a registered financial advisor you will be able to obtain information about fees and commissions on your account statements. Learn more about charges and other compensation.

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