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Subject:  Capital gains and the ACA Date:  3/5/2021  6:03 PM
Author:  JimKredux Number:  132169 of 132662

I have a question for the gurus. I have a capital loss carry forward on an investment property that I can offset with a capital gain on stock held long term in a taxable account. So far, so good. My question is how does the long term capital gain play into my income calculation for an ACA subsidy?
Does the capital gain count as income for the ACA calculation,and the capital loss carry forward come into play only after
doing the ACA calculations?


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