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If that a single member LLC and you did not specifically elected it to be treated as corporation - such LLC is classified as a disregarded entity - means - it is ignored for income tax purposes - and all income or losses are assumed as realized by you personally as the LLC owner.
So LLC income is actually YOUR income.
Regarding your investment - when the value of assets is going up or down - there is NO gain or loss recognized.
But you would realize a gain or loss when the asset is sold.
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