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Rhode Island Net Operating Loss Deduction

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Rhode Island Net Operating Loss Deduction


NET OPERATING LOSS DEDUCTIONS The Rhode Island Personal Income Tax law relating to Net Operating Loss deduction (NOL) has been amended by enactment of RIGL §44-30-2.8 and RIGL §44-30-87.1.

Under the provisions of RIGL §44-30-87.1, for losses incurred for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2002, an NOL deduction may not be carried back for Rhode Island personal income tax purposes, but will only be allowed as a carry forward for the number of succeeding years as provided in IRS §172. A carry forward can only be used on the Rhode Island return to the extent that the carry forward is used on the federal return.

Should you have any questions regarding this matter, please call the Personal Income Tax Section at (401) 574-8829, option #3.

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Views: 2903 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Jan 06, 2022
Posted in: States, Rhode Island

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