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 v.— «If the loss cannot be fully utilized to reduce income of the corporation in other years (the previous year and the five subsequent years if it is a non-capital loss) the loss will become stale-dated.» —“Incorporating a small business could mean saving in tax dollars” by Roger C. Gibson Globe and Mail (Toronto, Can.) Apr. 22, 1978. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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