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Subject: 4952 Form Question Date: 2/12/2001 2:04 AM
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I am trying to declare and deduct margin interest that I have incurred in 2000 by filling the 4952 form:

However, I am not sure what they are asking me in line 4b and 4c:

4b asks for the Net gain from the disposition of property held for investment

4c asks for the Net capital gain from the disposition of property feld for investement.

Could someone please explain to me the difference between 4c and 4b. Plus why do they want me to subtract line 4c from 4b?

Thanks

- Masia
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