How is a sometimes exempt income gain worked out?



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The sometimes exempt income gain for each class of income is the amount of sometimes exempt income that is more than the sometimes exempt deductions. The sometimes exempt income gain reduces a CFC's loss in a class of income. Losses in the current period are reduced before losses carried forward from a previous period.

Last modified: 05 Dec 2006QC 17522