STCL

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AcronymDefinition
STCLSouth Texas College of Law (Houston, TX)
STCLShort-Term Capital Losses
STCLShort-Term Cycle Low (finance)
STCLSouth Thames College, London (UK)
STCLSchool of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership
STCLSubcutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma (disease)
STCLSource Term Control Loop
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Net short-term capital loss--the excess of short-term capital losses over short-term capital gains in a given year.
12) They find that turn-of-the-year returns for depreciated firms were greatest from 1970 to 1976 and in 1985 and 1986, years when half of any net long-term capital losses expired unused while short-term capital losses could be deducted fully,, a provision that the Tax Reform Act of 1986 eliminated.
One of the most startling changes for 2001 is the amount of reported net short-term capital losses ($135.
His short-term capital gains from all investments equal or exceed short-term capital losses, and his long-term capital gains from all investments equal or exceed long-term capital losses.
Short-term capital losses (including short-term capital loss carryovers) would offset short-term capital gains.
Traders also must consider the extent of any short-term capital losses being carried forward as a result of the trading losses incurred in 2000 (and so far in 2001).
Short-term capital losses first offset short-term capital gains (such as those from stock investments); any excess offsets long-term capital gains.
Because Trader 2's trading gains are treated as ordinary income, they cannot offset his short-term capital losses for purposes of the Sec.
Excess short-term capital losses also may offset up to $3,000 of regular income per year.