Last modified on 17 June 2013, at 21:33

tax lot

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tax lot (plural tax lots)

  1. (accounting, taxation, US) A grouping of security holdings in an account used for enabling the calculation and treatment of the securities for tax compliance and reporting.
    • 2003, Stephen Satchell; Alan Scowcroft, Advances in Portfolio Construction and Implementation, page 128:
      In some countries such as the USA, cost basis must be considered on a tax lot-by-tax lot basis.
  2. (accounting, real estate, US) An parcel of real property on which property taxes are levied.