ordinary loss

ordinary loss

A loss that is deductible against ordinary income on one's taxes.

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In that case, the goal was to avoid sale or exchange treatment and thus achieve a fully deductible ordinary loss rather than a capital loss.
Is an S corporation entitled to an ordinary loss deduction under Sec.
When a taxpayer abandons a partnership, however, does an ordinary loss automatically occur?
79bn compared with the same period last year, and in the business made an ordinary loss of $80m, compared to a profit of $175m a year ago.
When selling real property for a loss, the taxpayer will incur an ordinary loss that can be utilized to offset ordinary income.
The Tax Court recently upheld the IRS's denial of an ordinary loss and other deductions claimed by Robert and Pamela Redisch with respect to their former second home (Redisch, T.
The loss is an ordinary loss, not a capital loss (which means it does not have to be and should not be netted against capital gains).
Yet, if the liquidation fails section 332, the parent is entitled to an ordinary loss under a
Mitsumi Electric is expected to post an ordinary loss for the fiscal year to 31 March 2011 given the significant deterioration in its performance due to lower sales of conventional hardware.
5) If the amount of the deflation adjustment exceeds the amount of interest otherwise includable in income by the holder for the taxable year with respect to the bond, the excess is treated as an ordinary loss for the taxable year.
The selling business can generally treat the proceeds of the sale as capital gains, and in some cases might even be able to realize an ordinary loss, but depredation will be recaptured at the time of sale.
In millions of yen) Revised Previous Full-year forecasts forecasts Changes results for (A) (B) (A - B) fiscal 2009 Net sales 451,000 420,000 31,000 558,837 Operating loss (25,500) (33,000) 7,500 (54,529) Ordinary loss (30,000) (37,500) 7,500 (54,420) Net loss (59,500) (83,000) 23,500 (130,529)