Net profit will likely remain weak in 2012 due to paper loss
from assets divestment and goodwill depreciation.
stock, which is then sold at an inflated paper loss
, despite no actual economic loss having occurred.
By taking a large paper loss
on a stock or a mutual fund right away, an investor can build up a "bank" of tax losses that can be used to offset future gains.
The paper loss
includes about 1 billion yen on domestic bank stocks.
The vast majority of our shareholders would have realized an immediate, paper loss
of 30 percent or more on their initial investment had we accepted Citizens' proposal," Priddle said.
However, he was left sitting on a small paper loss
after Morrisons' share price dipped 1.
He indirectly owns 22 per cent of the firm and has been left sitting on a PS28million paper loss
Lloyds has escaped much of the recent wrath, but it has been heavily involved in the mis-selling of payment protection insurance and despite a doubling of its share price last year, at just under 55p, taxpayers are still sitting on a large paper loss
50 billion yen a year before, due to a write-off of a large paper loss
on its securities holdings.
With 675 million shares outstanding, the decline represented a paper loss
In fact, even if the value of the fund has dropped since your investment--in other words, you're holding a paper loss
in the fund--you still have to pay taxes on realized gains distributed to you.
This loss includes a paper loss
charge of $173,000 for imputed dividends in relation to a Series B Preferred Share conversion.