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Some questions frequently asked by users : capital loss carryover?
i had a capital loss of about $1800 in 2009. since i had almost no income for the year (don't you love this economy?) my taxable income is already $0 before the loss is applied. is there any way to carry over the loss to future tax years? i don't want to waste it if i don't have to.capital loss carryover?
hello! i'm trying to get capital loss carryover done. it requires to input amt income from form 6251, line 28 but can't find it from my 2008 turbo tax file. i could see 2007 numbers though. where can i find this number for 2009 return?capital loss carryovers?
let's say that in 2007, you had a $7,000 loss on the sale of stock. when you filed your '07 return in '08; you were only allowed to deduct $3,000 and were required to carry forward the remaining $4,000. now in 2008, you sell some additional stock and realize a $10,000 profit. can you apply the remaining $4,000 loss from the prior year and apply it fully against this profit in the current year and report only a profit of $6,000; thereby completely using up the $4,000 carry forward from the prior year or years and does it make any difference if the loss and/or gain in either year is either short term or long term?capital loss carryover?
which lines do i use for carryover from 2008 for 2009? using 1040, schedule d line 6 or 7 for short-term carryover? line 14 or 15 for long-term carryover? do i deduct $3,000 from the long-term amount when entering it for 2009 or just enter the 2008 line amount? thanks thanks and thanks for noting my error. i obviously meant 2007 for 2008 =)what is the $3,000 on the capital loss carryover worksheet for?
i got the problem described here. (i find this whole concept ridiculous and the method should change to make easier sense of it. afterall, taxes should not be a contest.) i have zero taxable income for 2008 but i have $8k negative in short-term losses and no long-term gains or losses. i put the negative $8k on line 13 on 1040 and substracted my itemized deduction, $11.1k and took my 1 standard deduction and i came out with a negative balance. i'm thinking i can carry-over that to 2009 because it made sense, (without all the other forms, schedules and publications). (okay, i say to myself; why don't i just deduct this $3,000 from the negative balance and that be my carryover .so i can be done with this mess but no, the $3,000 is a deduction--for what purpose , i don't know. there does not seem to be an end to this madness. about the simpliest thing to do is just forget your losses and move forward--but that would be dumb especially next year when you have some gains. when i try my darnest for days working on something and it comes out still unrealsonable, that's because it is unreasonable. everybody wants to do the right thing but it should not take days to do your taxes each year. the system is way over the line in all of this. it's like insane, really. we are just citizens; we are not mathematicians after a hard day at work. and, you get no deduction for going through this unless you pay somebody else to go through it for you. that's not rational and sensible. this really is a mess and makes life miserable this time of year instead of nationalistic. (okay so i got that off my chest.) judy responded and made the matter seem simple and i appreciate that, but the matter is not simple. there is a question here that i asked, even though judy did not answer the direct question, she did give me some insight. now i am going to assume that the government is saying that it will only allow you to write-off $3k of your losses--(per year?). okay. that makes logical sense but some other people ended up with this question as a follow-up, because we all got the process when we didn't know why the $3k was appearing--the other question: what about the $3,500 (2008) personal standard deduction, do you lose it? thanks judy.
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