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First of all, there should be some detail related to the $23,000., so you can report it on your tax return. You should have the proceeds and cost figures which net out to the capital gain of $23,000. and from the dates you should be able to determine whether or not it is long term which they should also have classified as such.
As far as the $35.62, that is a capital gain dividend from a mutual fund which is simply the way those are reported; that is reported net just like that and you don't need any further details to include it on your tax return as a capital gain dividend, which are always long-term by definition.
As far as the $40,000. is concerned, that wouldn't be "tax deductible"; that should be just reflective of a transaction where money was expended to make a purchase of a security, possible of a bond (as the number is *****) or some other item; it could even be showing up there if you made withdrawls from the account totaling that amount.
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