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Wash Sale: Definition, How It Works, and Purpose
A transaction where an investor sells a losing security and purchases a similar one 30 days before or after the sale to try and reduce their overall tax liability.
How Tax-Loss Harvesting Works for Average Investors
Tax-loss harvesting lowers current federal taxes by deliberately incurring capital losses to offset taxes owed on capital gains or personal income.
ETFs Open Secret: They're a Tax Loophole
You can't just sell a fund, deduct a loss, and buy the same fund right back again. At least, at one time you couldn't do that.
20 Rules Followed by Professional Traders
Follow these 20 professional trading rules to break free from the pack and join the professional minority with an approach that raises your odds for long-term prosperity.
How to Cut Investment Taxes
Harvesting tax losses to offset gains and income can help lower taxes.
Capital Gains Tax: What It Is, How It Works, and Current Rates
A capital gains tax is a levy on the profit that an investor makes from the sale of an investment such as stock shares. Here's how to calculate it.
7 Ways to Minimize Your 2022 Taxes by Dec. 31
The year's not quite over yet. See whether taking any of these steps would leave you owing less in 2022 taxes, come April.
Going Back to School with The Master Investor
Ian Dunlap, a.k.a. "The Master Investor," joins The Express to talk about his process, his inspirations, and his passion for investing. He also shares tips for navigating today's market, and how to invest for the long term. Plus, the winds of sentiment have shifted as options traders go long and October tries to live up to its reputation as a bear market killer.