net unrealized appreciation


NUA. The change (positive or negative) in value that shares held in a tax-deferred account will experience once they are sold. Net unrealized appreciation does not undergo income tax when it is distributed, so this should be carefully considered by investors who are distributing stock from their retirement plan to another account, which might be subject to income tax.
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