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How can I take a capital gain loss on my K Mart common stock which is still in my broker account. The stock is worthless but my broker says it hasn't been declared worthless so they cannot dispose from my account?

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If the account is an IRA ( or Roth) you are stuck.  I don't know about other type of investment accounts.

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