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Can stocks that have unrealized capital losses with RBC Direct Investing under an RRSP account be used on my 2017 return as an expense?

Some stocks I purchased now have a value of $0.00 and that is why I think my account is showing an unrealized capital losses for those stocks.

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Can stocks that have unrealized capital losses with RBC Direct Investing under an RRSP account be used on my 2017 return as an expense?

If you have not realized the capital gain or loss then it can't be claimed as an expense. 

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Can stocks that have unrealized capital losses with RBC Direct Investing under an RRSP account be used on my 2017 return as an expense?

I am using TurboTax standard. Do I need to upgrade to premier in order to do this?
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Can stocks that have unrealized capital losses with RBC Direct Investing under an RRSP account be used on my 2017 return as an expense?

If you have not realized the capital gain or loss then it can't be claimed as an expense. 

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Can stocks that have unrealized capital losses with RBC Direct Investing under an RRSP account be used on my 2017 return as an expense?

You will be able to continue using the Standard product.

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