Capital Gains Tax

  1. Here's the Best Way to Skirt Capital Gains Taxes

    Taxpayers who know the rules for netting gains/losses can generate additional losses ...
  2. How Are Collectibles Taxed?

    If you plan to sell collectibles, it's imperative that you know the tax implications. ...
  3. All You Need to Know About Tax Havens

    These tax-free zones might sound appealing, but the consequences often aren't.
  4. The Top 10 European Tax Havens

    While the popular stereotype of a tax haven is a Caribbean island, these countries ...
  5. Capital Gains Tax 101

    Find out how taxes are applied to your investment returns and how you can reduce ...
  6. How to Deduct Your Stock Losses

    Held onto a stock for too long? Selling at a loss is never ideal, but it is possible ...
  1. Pros and Cons of Master Limited Partnerships

    Want steady income? Consider looking into MLPs.
  2. 'Tis The Season For Tax-Loss Harvesting

    With the end of the year upon investors are looking for ways to reduce their tax ...
  1. How long do I need to keep income tax records?

    Learn how long you need to save your tax records to avoid getting hit by additional taxes and penalties if you are the target ...
  2. Why Is Panama Considered a Tax Haven?

    Learn about the offshore tax haven of Panama, and discover the legal and tax structures that make Panama a premier Caribbean ...
  3. Is dividend income taxable?

    Understand the laws and regulations regarding taxation of dividends, and know the rates at which dividend income is usually ...
  4. Are variable annuities tax deferred?

    Learn how variable annuities are tax-deferred, but also understand some of the less advantageous tax implications from purchasing ...
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