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How much is the US capital gains tax?

Capital gain taxes are based in large part on your ordinary tax rate.... * Ordinary tax rate 10%, long term capital gains tax 0%, short term capital gains tax 10% * Ordinary tax rate 15%, long term capital gains tax 0%, short term capital gains tax 15% * Ordinary tax rate 25%, long term capital gains tax 15%, short term capital gains tax 25% * Ordinary tax rate 28%, long term capital gains tax 15%, short term capital gains tax 28% * Ordinary tax rate 33%, long term capital gains tax 15%, short term capital gains tax 33% * Ordinary tax rate 35%, long term capital gains tax 15%, short term capital gains tax 35%


Can you use long-term capital loss to offset short-term capital gains?

can long term gains be offset by short term losses


NJ long term capital gains tax?

Unlike the federal government, NJ does not have a special long term capital gains rate. All capital gains are taxed at the same rates as ordinary income.


What is the NJ long term capital gains tax?

Unlike the federal government, NJ does not have a special long term capital gains rate. All capital gains are taxed at the same rates as ordinary income.


Is dividend ordinary income?

Most dividends are. However, long term capital gains distributions from a mutual fund are capital gains. Liquidating dividends and return-of-capital dividends can be capital gains. And, to make matters more confusing, some dividends, knows as "qualifying dividends," are taxed at long term capital gains rates even though they are not capital gains.


What is the Virginia capital gains tax rate?

5.75% for both short term and long term.


How is revenue from stock investing taxed?

Taxes on investment gains fall into two categories, long and short term capital gains.


What is the difference between long term capital gains and short term capital gains?

When you buy an investment and then sell it in less than a year, the held longer than one year. Short term gains are taxed at your current federal tax rate and a state tax rate. Long term gains are taxed at 15% for the feds and a state tprofit you've made is called short-term capital gain. Long term capital gain is profit from investments ax(unless you're in the 10% or 15% fed.income tax bracket, then the federal LT gain tax is ZERO in 2008!).


How can you Distinguish between short term and long term capital gains?

The holding period (owned) one year or less and sold would be short term. Held (owned) more than one year and sold would be long term. Capital gains and losses are classified as long-term or short-term. If you hold the asset for more than one year before you dispose of it, your capital gain or loss is long-term. If you hold it one year or less, your capital gain or loss is short-term.


Are capital gains given favorable tax treatment?

Long term capital gains are taxed at a federal rate of 0% or 15% which is considerably less than the rates on ordinary income. State income tax treatment of capital gains varies by state.


What is the dividend tax rate?

The federal tax rate for what are known as "qualifying dividends" is the same as the long term capital gains tax rate. The rate for all other dividends is the same as the ordinary income rate. Mutual funds sometimes issue a dividend known as a "capital gains dividend" or a "capital gains distribution." This is a capital gain passed through from the fund and is treated as a long term capital gain to the shareholder.


Is the long term capital gains tax rate changing in 2011?

thats my question what is it nowand will it change

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