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The Tax Benefits of Your 401(k) Plan
Your contributions to a qualified 401(k) may lower your tax bill and help you build financial security. Read more…

What Is IRS Form 5498?
If you made contributions to an IRA in the preceding tax year, you can expect to receive IRS Form 5498. Read more…

How to Report RSUs or Stock Grants on Your Tax Return
Restricted stock units (RSUs) and stock grants are often used by companies to reward their employees with an investment in the company rather than with cash. As the name implies, RSUs have rules as to when they can be sold. Stock grants often carry restrictions as well. How your stock grant is delivered to you, and whether or not it is vested, are the key factors when determining tax treatment. Read more…

What Is IRS Form 5498: IRA Contributions Information?
Form 5498: IRA Contributions Information reports your IRA contributions to the IRS. Your IRA trustee or issuer - not you - is required to file this form with the IRS by May 31. Read more…

Capital Gains and Losses
What is a capital asset, and how much tax do you have to pay when you sell one at a profit? Find out how to report your capital gains and losses on your tax return with these tips from TurboTax. Read more…


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