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Loss carryover

A Capital loss that is not Deductible in the current year because it exceeds the annual Capital loss ceiling, but may be Deductible in future years. In general, only $3000 in Capital losses can be claimed in any one year, but the excess loss can be carried over indefinitely. also called Capital loss carryover.

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