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    Can I defer a $3000 Schedule D Capital loss until 2020?

    Thanks to everybody, especially LdiJ. You all have helped me figure this out. Yes, if you go to page 66 of Publication 550 for Tax year 2019, there is a worksheet, worksheet 4-1, that allows you to figure the Capital Loss Carryover from 2019 to 2020. And it is not reduced at all in my case...
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    Can I defer a $3000 Schedule D Capital loss until 2020?

    I am filing my 2019 Federal Income Taxes. I have a pretty large Capital loss from a few years ago that results in a Schedule D Capital loss carryover and an annual capital loss of $3000 that can be claimed on line 6 of Federal tax form 1040. But, I have little income (and no capital gains). My...

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