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Dealing with Market Losses inside a Taxable Account

A capital loss occurs when an investment (stocks, bonds, mutual funds) in a taxable account is sold off for less than you originally paid for that investment. Capital losses can offset capital gains in the same year. If your losses exceed your gains for the year, then you can deduct up to $3,000 in net capital losses, and any remaining losses roll over to the following year.
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