TMF Taxes,Concerning your Jan 5,01 article Capital Cains Tax Rates to apply to stocks for "super-long-term" capital gains. May this apply to capital loss too? May I pretend to sell currently held stocks and claim a capital loss this year? And pretend to buy them back for them to qualify for "super-long-term" capital gains when I really sell them > 5 years from the pretend buy backs? How does the wash-sale rule work within the context of the above questions?Thanks,TB
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