Is the long term capitol gains tax based on ones total income or taxable income?
by Person of Interest6 years ago
Those who are more knowledgeable than me (which is pretty much everyone ) can sort this one out..."Yet Mr. Ross told me that he paid 102 percent of his taxable income in federal, state and local taxes for 2010....
by Stacie L5 years ago
We have already lost so much in the value of our homes, many folks considered their home value part of their retirement package.....and now this...... How many more hidden items are there hidden in this bogus health...
by Tammy Barnette5 years ago
History of Federal Individual Income Bottom and Top Bracket Rates http://www.ntu.org/tax-basics/history-o … ual-1.html
by hanzster3 years ago
Are annuities taxable?
by hyltoncarolyn8 years ago
What if i do not have an annual income-at what rate are my short term gains going to be taxed
by Mikel G Roberts6 years ago
I believe Capital Gains should be the most heavily taxed form of income there is. As much as 90% should go to support the social system that makes the capital gains possible.Being given money simply because one has...
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