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the amount by which the purchase price of an asset exceeds the selling price

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Returns will not be required where a gain is wholly exempt through the availability of principal private residence relief, covered by those capital losses mentioned above or where the gain falls within the annual CGT exemption.
The abolition of restrictions on carry forward of capital losses has remained a long-established request of the broker community and reports indicate that the government will make revisions in the ITO to permit the carry forward of capital made on the sale of securities.
In this scenario, you might want to take capital losses by December 31 to bring down or eliminate this year's net gains.
plus foreign) capital losses (sum of short- and long-term losses).
Another common type of loss is a capital losses, which is generally generated when a capital property (say, an investment) is disposed of for less than its tax cost.
After-tax net capital losses were USD4.4m for the first nine months of 2014, compared to USD8.1m for the first nine months of 2013.
Numerous tax policy reasons can explain the limitation on the deductibility of capital losses. One rationale is that it mitigates or prevents taxpayers from manipulating the recognition of capital gains and losses by "cherry picking" certain activities.
* Sell capital-gain property before the end of the year if your capital losses for the year exceed the sum of any capital gains you have realized plus $3,000 ($1,500 for individuals filing married filing separate tax returns).
By going through your stocks and funds held in taxable accounts and culling the losing culprits, you could wind up with $10,000 to $20,000 or more in total capital losses.
The nation's top 100 life insurers suffered record unrealized capital losses last year, according to Highline Data.
Non-corporate taxpayers first offset capital gains with capital losses. However, to the extent capital losses exceed capital gains, non-corporate taxpayers may use up to $3,000 of net capital losses to offset other taxable income.
The taxpayer argued that the prohibition against carrying back capital losses to a previous year and the $3,000 deduction limitation on capital losses applied only to the regular tax computation, not the AMT calculation.
Further, most of the debtor's tax attributes are transferred to the estate, including net operating loss carryovers; capital losses carryovers; passive loss carryovers; and tax basis and character of assets.
A new "reconciliation" rule has been added to prevent "over accrual" under the prescribed interest rate regime of the FIE Rules by recharacterizing capital losses on disposition as ordinary losses to the extent of prier FIE income inclusions.
More interesting to note are the large changes in the amount of net short-term capital losses reported.