long-term capital gain

Definition of "long-term capital gain"
  1. The profit earned from selling or swapping an asset that has been kept for a certain time duration, typically more than a year
How to use "long-term capital gain" in a sentence
  1. After selling her antique collection, she realized it had become a long-term capital gain since she had owned it for decades.
  2. He was hesitant to sell his real estate property, but the prospect of a long-term capital gain was too enticing.
  3. She consulted her financial advisor to understand the tax implications of her long-term capital gain from the sale of her stocks.

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