Income Tax Assessment Act 1997



Division 102 - Assessable income includes net capital gain  

Guide to Division 102  

SECTION 102-1   What this Division is about  

This Division tells you how to work out if you have made a net capital gain or a net capital loss for the income year. A net capital gain is included in your assessable income. However, you cannot deduct a net capital loss. (Amounts otherwise included in your assessable income do not form part of a net capital gain.)


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