Legal Advice for Capital Gains Tax — 12 results
Written by attorney Hannon Ford, almost 5 years ago.
In 2010 there is no Estate Tax It is true that in 2010 estates will pay no estate tax, unless Congress acts to create a law that reaches back to January 1, 2010 (However many estate... more
Written by attorney Stann Givens, over 5 years ago.
CAPITAL GAINS TAXES IN A FLORIDA DIVORCE (part one) Benjamin Franklin said, “The only two sure things are death and taxes.” When you are going through a divorce in Florida, you must... more
Written by attorney Steven J. Fromm, over 3 years ago.
All Assets Are Capital Assets Almost everything you own and use for personal purposes, pleasure or investment is a capital asset. What Is A Capital Gain or Loss When you sell a capital... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, over 4 years ago.
First, you need to be aware that the maximum capital gains rate is scheduled to go up from the current rate of 15 percent to 20 percent on January 1, 2010. This does not include what you... more
Written by attorney Suzanne Griffiths, about 4 years ago.
Transfers of Property pursuant to a Divorce are generally tax free If you receive property as part of a divorce settlement, you do not have to pay any tax as a result of the transfer of... more
Written by attorney Kevin F Murphy, over 3 years ago.
Under current law, there is a 100% exclusion from tax on gains from qualified small business stock bought before January 1, 2011.
To qualify for the 100% exclusion, the stock purchased... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, over 3 years ago.
When you sell a rental property you will need to compute your capital gain or loss on the sale of the property to determine how much tax you will have to pay on the transaction.
The first... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, about 4 years ago.
A big concern for investors this year is where are capital gains rates headed. It looks like these rates are headed up. Everyone knows that the economy is in the dumps and that we are... more
Written by attorney Joseph Barnes, almost 2 years ago.
Corporations provide significant tax benefits and incorporating a business can also help reduce personal liability. Your corporation can pay for business related expenses and deducted 100%... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, about 5 years ago.
Why should I be concerned about netting capital gains and losses? This can be a complicated area of the law, but it offers some potentially lucrative tax savings if you pay attention to... more