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I Sold My House. Can I Exclude the Gain From My Income?
If the gain is from your primary home, then you may exclude up to $250,000 ($500,000 for MFJ) gain from income—if you meet certain requirements.
Should I Sell My Home When I Retire?
One of the biggest retirement decisions you will make is whether or not to sell your home. Consider these pros and cons before you make your choice.
Do I Pay Capital Gains Taxes on a House That My Company Sells Back to Me?
The answer depends on the type of legal entity your business is organized as and operated through.
How do I calculate my gains and/or losses when I sell a stock?
To begin, you need to know your cost basis, or the price you paid for the stock. If you did not record this information, you should have an order execution confirmation and/or an account statement that covers the date of your purchase with the purchase price.
What Are the Costs and Taxes to Transfer a House to My Child?
Title transfers can negatively affect taxes, and costs vary by state, which should be considered before transferring a house to your child.
How Much Is My Home Worth?
If it's time for a change, it's important that you understand how much your current home is worth. Read on to decide if now's the time to move.
Can I Use Stocks Instead of Cash to Fund My Roth IRA?
You generally must contribute to your Roth IRA by cash, check, or bank transfer—unless you do an in-kind transfer from another IRA or 401(k).
Besides a Savings Account, Where Is the Safest Place to Keep My Money?
Savings accounts are safe because investors' deposits are guaranteed by the FDIC for bank accounts or the NCUA for credit union accounts.
Investing in Wine With the NBA's Elite Players
In episode 91 of the Investopedia Express with Caleb Silver, we talk to sommeliers, the co-founder of dVIN, and an NBA star at the Food and Wine Classic.
Finding Financial Motivation Through Hip Hop With Ash Cash
In episode 74 of The Investopedia Express with Caleb Silver, we talk to Ash Exantus, founder & CEO of MindRight Money Management.