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Just to clarify. I understood that each prior year NOL carryover

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Just to clarify. I understood that each prior year NOL carryover would be limited to $49,700. However, it seems like you are saying $49,700 total. Thanks!
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The $49,700 is the current allowed loss. The attached schedule will show the total NOL and the calculation of the current allowed NOL. Each year you will attach a schedule and will include information regarding the original NOL, losses applied to prior years, amount available and amount allowed in the current year.
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