166(d) provides that noncorporate taxpayers can claim short-term capital losses for nonbusiness bad debts.
What does STCL stand for?
STCL stands for Short-Term Capital Losses
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- State Trading Corporation of India (est. 1956; international trade)
- Strategic Technologies for Cyberinfrastructure (National Science Foundation)
- Sylvie Taillon Conception Internet (Canadian web design company)
- South Trinidad Chamber of Industry and Commerce
- Strike Command Integrated Communications System (UK)
- Standard Tactical Communications Interface Device
- Siemens-Thiess Communications Joint Venture (Australia)
- Stück (German: pieces)
- School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership
- Short-Term Cycle Low (finance)
- Source Term Control Loop
- South Texas College of Law (Houston, TX)
- South Thames College, London (UK)
- Subcutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma (disease)
- Self-Timed Carry-Lookahead Adder
- Start Climb
- Master Chief Sonar Technician (Naval Rating)
- Short-Term Capital Movements (economics)
- Short-Term Case Management (Aging & Disability Resource Center; US Administration on Aging)
Samples in periodicals archive:
More interesting to note are the large changes in the amount of net short-term capital losses reported.
The following additional netting and ordering rules also would apply: * Short-term capital losses (including short-term capital loss carryovers) would offset short-term capital gains.
Furthermore, up to $3,000 ($1,500 if married filing separately) of excess long or short-term capital losses can be used to offset ordinary income from such sources as your job or bank interest.