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Me to me: One of many advantages of #longterminvesting is that we pay much less in #taxes than if we are an active #shorttermtrader (those who keep their #investments for 365days or > ). So, like “date with intent to marry” ?lol otherwise if we play around, we pay tax at a top marginal tax rate…This could be anywhere from 10-40% ?! 💀 #Longterm #capitalgainstax are either 0%, 15%, or 20% at the #highest (depending on our #income ). Thanks for coming to my TED Talk.
Sold DogecoinInvested for 6 days
Took home 1200% yessirrrr #growth i’m really that guy. #husato60 #40kin $F $I $M $T $H $A $T $G $U $Y #tgt4L #sellhigh #capitalgainstax #Javi #russiapleasedonttakemyinternet #ukraineconflict $RSX
#MoneyMoves 🎄🎉 So I knew you could offset #longtermcapitalgains and #longtermcapitallosses and #shorttermcapitalgains and #shorttermcapitallosses to help lower the #capitalgainstax See more

Over the last 2 weeks or so, Elon has been talking indirectly about selling his some of his $TSLA stock for various reasons. 🙃😅 📌Many don’t know that Elon only holds 193.3 Million $TSLA shares, representing 20.7% of total shares outstanding. I have a spidey sense at WHAT + WHY he wants to unload them for, yet - here’s the instances I’m referring to: UN: Twitter Tax Poll: Granted he could be just causing a stock trigger (which he is known to do), but do you think he should unload some of his stock? Imagine the capital gains tax (!? 🤯 #elon #taxes #capitalgainstax

Yes! 39.4%
No! 27.55%
Doesn’t hurt my holdings!33.05%
1,274 votes Ended 11/14/21
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Good morning #PublicPeople ! As we all know, Saturday is for learning and today we’re going to talk a little bit about #taxes ! Specifically the #capitalgainstax . What is the #capitalgainstax See more
#HomeSale #CapitalGainsTax #SaturdaySchool So this one is not related to the stock market or a retirement savings account, but with the housing market being insane it felt like it still tied into the overarching idea of taxes and personal finance. WHO should be aware of Capital Gains Tax for Home Sale? - All home owners interested in selling their home ... the market is crazy and your house is probSee more

#CapitalGainsTax So yesterday's poll on #MarketCorrection revealed something new about the community to me. The vast majority of you have only recently started investing since AFTER 2020 crash. Which means that Tax Day 2021 may have been the first time you realized that you had taxes due on your gains. How many people had a #TaxBomb go off on them this year? Did you know Public has a capital gains tax calculator? For more info check resoureces below or my YT channel for the video on Capital Gains. Resources: - #StrawPolls #TaxEfficiency #TheMoreYouKnow

👀 Capital Gains Coming16.95%
I got got w/ Tax 💣6.78%
Just Started 2021 😵52.54%
🤑 Taxes are for Chumps23.73%
177 votes Ended 08/19/21
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