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The Tax Deduction That Donald Trump Loves And Warren Buffett Probably Likes

First there is Donald Trump's net operating loss carryover in the $900 million range, which for debate purposes was rounded up to a billion. Then there is Hillary Clinton's (actually Bill's) capital loss carryover in the $700,000 neighborhood. I seem to be the only one who has noted Mike Pence's 2006 "at-risk" carryover of $673,797 from Kiel Brothers, a chain of gasoline and cigarette "stop and go" stores.
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