3 Answers: How will investing affect my taxes?


I understand that when investing their are tax implications. For example if I invest in a stock and I make money in capital gains then that money is subject to tax., at least in the United States that is the rule.

Also in the case of losses in the stock market likewise these can be tax deductible because then my income is lower because of losing money in the stock market or on a real estate deal, or whatever the investment may be.

So my question is how does investing affect my taxes?

Also I would like to know if there are smart ways to be able to optimize taxes and pay less tax on capital gains and dividends from investing in stocks.

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Mia Rodriguez 4 years 3 Answers 813 views 0

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  1. One thing I know for sure is that any losses you incur trading are tax deductible and any capital gains you realize need to be taxed in the US.

  2. All capital gains are taxed under United States law. Don’t even think about not paying your taxes for profits made through the stock market.

  3. You will make a lot of money and your tax bill will go up… that’s a good thing by the way!

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