Income Tax Assessment Act 1997



Division 102 - Assessable income includes net capital gain  

Operative provisions  

SECTION 102-10   How to work out your net capital loss  

You work out if you have a net capital loss for the income year in this way: Working out your net capital loss

Step 1.

Add up the *capital losses you made during the income year. Also add up the *capital gains you made.

Step 2.

Subtract your *capital gains from your *capital losses.

Step 3.

If the Step 2 amount is more than zero, it is your net capital loss for the income year.


For exceptions and modifications to these rules: see section 102-30 .

You cannot deduct from your assessable income a *net capital loss for any income year.


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