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Capital Loss Limitation

Net long-term capital losses and net short-term capital losses may be used to offset up to $3,000 of your ordinary income. To reach the net amounts to determine deductibility, you need to total all capital gains and losses. Amounts over $3,000 can be carried forward to future years until all of the net capital losses are used. See the FAQ on netting capital gains and losses.

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