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    HI6028 TAXATION THEORY PRACTICE AND LAW

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    HI6028 TAXATION THEORY PRACTICE AND LAW


    Capital gain refers to the overall increase in the noncurrent assets’ value. It is evident that any form of capital gain offers a higher value of return, upon being sold in the marketplace, to respective buyers. Generally, capital gains are associated with funds and stocks, because of their inherent cost instability. Occurrence of a capital gain can be seen on any security that is sold for a higher price than the amount of money that was paid at the time of the purchase. When an asset that can activate a taxable event, is sold, there is an occurrence of realized capital gain and loss

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