Jerry D. Murphy

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“Jerry D. Murphy, CFP has been providing financial advice for over 20 years. He is the President of JDM Financial & Investments.”
Firm:

JDM Financial & Investments, Inc.

Job Title:

President

Biography:

Jerry D. Murphy, CFP™, founder and principal of JDM Financial & Investments, Inc. enjoys helping others achieve their financial goals and objectives. Mr. Murphy began his career in the financial services industry in 1993 as a Life Insurance Agent. After a few years as a Life Insurance Agent, Mr. Murphy felt compelled to expand his services to include comprehensive financial planning. He then started JDM Financial & Investments, Inc. Mr. Murphy is a board Certified Financial Planner (CFP®)

He is a graduate of both Bowie State University (Bowie, MD) and the College for Financial Planning (Denver, CO). He is a registered investment advisor rep. with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as well as a registered representative of the Financial Regulatory Industry Authority (FINRA), where he holds a securities license.

Mr. Murphy has been quoted in financial publications such as Financial Advisor Magazine, Investment News, Smart Money, Yahoo.com, Thomson Reuters, Investors Business Daily and The Wall Street Journal.

Education:

BS, Business Marketing, Bowie State University

CRD Number:

2720174

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Are you required to pay taxes on stocks that you own and hold for years but do not sell?
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If the stock is held outside of a tax deferred account (IRA, 401k, Annuity, etc.), then any dividends paid by the stock would be taxable.  Until the stock is actually sold, appreciation of the stock is not taxable.  On the contrary, if the stock falls below your cost basis and is sold, then you would incur a capital loss. Which could be used as a tax write-off.

However, if the stock is held in a tax deferred account and is sold, then you neither incur taxes on the gain nor can you write-off a capital loss.

  

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