Applying Net Operating Losses for 30 Years

Jensen, Arthur P.
June 2009
National Public Accountant;Jun/Jul2009, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
The article discusses how to apply business net operating losses (NOLs) for 30 years. It states that specified liability losses (SLL) are afforded a 10-year carryback and therefore can be used for 30 years. It mentions that the client should examine the chances to increase NOL size and augment refunds.


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