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Long term capital loss seem incorrect.

For 2022 through tax harvesting, I have a Short Term Capital Loss of $11,676.49 and Long Term of Capital Loss of $27,891.50. This is the only 1099-B I have and other capital loss/gains. 


When I check Turbotax's Total Capital Losses section, it only show total lost of $12,087.  When I check the 'How was my capital loss of $12,087 calculated?" The message is "This is the sum of your net short-term capital loss of $11,678 and your net long-term capital loss of $409."


The short term loss seem close enough, but how is long term loss only $409?  I can't seem to find the answer anywhere.  


Resolved:  I had Capital Gain Distribution in 1099-Div was offsetting the long term loss.  

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Long term capital loss seem incorrect.

Glad you solved it!  Full speed ahead.

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