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capital loss: Original post by Alexis Lawrence of Demand Media The profits from many non-cash financial holdings, including stock, do not get taxed as income on your yearly tax return. Instead, these earnings are considered capital gains. Taxes on capital gains cannot be carried over to the next year. Capital losses, however, can be carried over, which can help offset each year’s gains.

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