Sunday, February 23, 2014

Online Resources Explaining the New Capital Gain Rates Changes

Anyone can use our search engine and learn all about the new capital gain rate changes. Capital-gains tax rates changed in 2013, with the 15 percent rate getting bumped up to 20 percent on long-term gains for some earners. But in some instances, a zero capital-gains tax may apply. If you'd like to find out where your capital-gains rate stands or may fit into your 2013 tax filing, in addition to our search engine one of the following websites might prove useful.
• Bankrate.com: Breakdown of the different capital gains tax rates and how they apply.http://www.bankrate.com/brm/itax/news/taxguide/review-rates1.asp
• Internal Revenue Service: Covers capital gain and loss rates and topics related to taxable assets. http://www.irs.gov/taxtopics/tc409.html
• TurboTax: Explores new capital gains rates that apply to different investment gains and losses. http://turbotax.intuit.com/tax-tools/tax-tips/Investments-and-Taxes/Guide-to-Short-term-vs-Long-term-Capital-Gains-Taxes_Brokerage-Accounts_etc _/INF22384.html

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