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Hi Folks,
Tax wise, am I on the right track here?
Numbers are rough and rounded

$15K capital loss carry forward from last year.
$3K add since they allow this amount each year.
-$8K capital gains so far this year.
So now I would have $10K more I can offset against gains.
Sell stock for a $17K gain. That would use up the $10K above. So I would have a $7K gain I'd have to pay tax on unless I sell something else at a loss.

Make sense?
Thanks,
RB
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