<< Last year I had losses greater then the 3,000.00, however I do not recall a loss carry over worksheet. Was this carryover worksheet supposed to be sent to the IRS with my 1997 return. How do I go about correcting this so I can take the remainder of the loss this year. >>The worksheet is not filed with your return, you retain it for your records. If you didn't, use the worksheet from the 1999 instructions, found on page D-6 of the 1040 instructions, and back up all years by one. (IOW, if the worksheet says 1999, use 1998 numbers.) If you wind up with a carryover to 2000, do another worksheet with 1999 numbers and keep it for next year.Phil MartiTax Preparer
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