I have an unused net capital loss from other years of $1,834 but cannot find a place to enter it. Please advise as to a solution.


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To get to capital losses of other years for the online TurboTax product do this:

1) Click on the Deductions tab at the top

2) Click on Losses in the dropdown list

3) On the screen "Your Losses Profile for 2014" check off the type of loss that you have (as noted on your notice of assessment from last year) then click Continue to enter the amount

If you have a net capital loss from a previous year, be sure to enter in all your information for the current year, then go through the loss section as TurboTax will tell you how much you can deduct against current year gains.

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