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[[Therefore, Roy Lewis' insistence that net capital gains in line 17 equal the total of lines 36, 40, 46,
and 50 as always being true isn't a certainty. If anyone believes my reasoning to be incorrect, I
challenge you to prove it with real numbers similar to the circumstances described above.]]

Right you are. This Roy Lewis guy is a read dope. I'm sure that he'll apologize once he realizes that his post is incorrect...and cause more problems that it was really worth.

But thanks to nice folks like you, who took the time to check their numbers against the information, I'm sure that he'll see how stipid he really is, and will correct the information ASAP.

Again, I'm sure that he is really sorry to casue you all of these problems.
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