I am considering selling my private investment holding company, and need to know whether or not the existing carried forward tax losses are a saleable asset of the company. The company is 20 years old and during that time has held my investments in technology and mining investments in Australia and North America. The losses are a combination of trading and capital, amounting to $400,000. I recently sold the last of my investment share -holdings that were held in the company, and don't contemplate any further use for it. The company has no other assets, has no skeletons in the closet and has had its accounts and tax returns prepared by a highly reputable north shore accounting firm for the last 10 years. Whilst it is still a 'going concern', it has no physical or other assets, only the tax losses. I would welcome any advice on this question.