Capital Gains & Dividend Tax Rates –Tax Rate Single Married 0% Up to $36,250 Up to $72,850 15% $36,250 to $400,000 $72,850 to $450,000 20% Over $400,000 Over $450,000
In addition, high income taxpayers may have a 3.8% unearned income Medicare Contribution Tax applied to their capital gains and other net investment income.
So if you are rebalancing your portfolio and want to sell some holdings be sure you check the tax ramifications. Check in with your financial planner or tax preparer for more help in rebalancing.
Also this may be a good time of year to be checking on your mutual funds. Mutual funds must make annual payouts of interest, dividends and capital gains, and they do this usually toward the end of the year.
Call your mutual fund company to see when they will be making their distributions and find out what your tax liabilities are going to be "
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