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Is There a Dividend Tax? Your Guide to Taxes on Dividends
Is there a dividend tax? Not all dividends are created equal when it comes to reporting them on your taxes. Here are a few pointers for reporting them. Read more…

Video: What Is the Capital Gains Tax?
The capital gains tax applies when a person sells a capital asset. Find out about the capital gains tax with help from TurboTax in this video clip. Read more…

What is IRS Publication 590?
Need more information on Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)? IRS Publication 590 covers it all. Read more…

What Are Deductible Investment Interest Expenses?
In general, you can deduct interest paid on money you borrow to invest, although there are restrictions on how much you can deduct and which investments actually qualify you for the deduction. Read more…

What is Form 8960: Net Investment Income Tax
If you earn income from any of your investments this year, you may have to pay the net investment income tax, in addition to the regular income taxes you owe. You won't know for sure until you fill out Form 8960 to calculate your total net investment income. But before you sit down with the form, you may want to consider whether your income and filing status requires it. Read more…

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