I lost $900 dollars this year on trading stocks can i write this off?

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Asked at 2012-07-22 13:02:02
All actions are carried out in a year.And one I think is a useless action stock.Example value it has not made ​​a trade corridor days.My 30 says it can sell for $ 1 and I I take off the tax deduction .
Answer1LOU LOUAnswered at 2012-08-05 00:00:02
Not all the time who still own the shares that do NOT have the gain or actual loss of
Answer2MountainDewAnswered at 2012-08-10 13:06:02
to the pain of loss of 3k can be used to offset ordinary income in a given year so that it can cancel all 900 ... but the loss must be actually realized. a job loss does not count. can let your sales agent treh bad a play for a dollar , request an exemption from the commission, you might get it . but if you are sure that the shares will be canceled at the end of the year and not have to sell . a cancellation is updated close position.
Answer3tuataraAnswered at 2012-08-12 05:01:38
If you sell, then yes , you can deduct as a capital loss . Indeed, the sale of shares during this time of year to write it off is known as the January effect , see: http://fadi.el-eter.com/the-january-effe
Answer4HERSHEYSAnswered at 2012-09-11 18:55:04
In itself , not a tax deduction. You can use the loss to offset the gain or the gain future .
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