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capital gains

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46 (forty-six cents) per share and an annual distribution from realized capital gains in the amount of $0.
According to Wiesner, the most favorable change likely to occur is the proposed capital gains reform passed by both the House and the Senate, which was vetoed by President Clinton.
If you did not reinvest any dividends or receive any capital gains, your taxable gain is $500 - your cost basis is $1,000 and your redemption amount is $1,500.
Courts have used this test extensively to tax damages received for lost profits as ordinary income, (5) to treat damages received for harm to capital assets as either a nontaxable return of capital or as capital gain (6) and to hold that damages received for nontaxable items (e.
There has been a significant evolution of Democratic thinking on capital gains,'' said Rep.
12 (twelve cents) per share and an annual distribution from realized long-term capital gains in the amount of $0.
For example, if an individual taxpayer has a net capital gain, the long-term capital gains and losses would be separated into three tax rate groups: 28%, 25% and 20% (10% for gains that otherwise would be taxed at 15%).
The capital gains distributed by growth funds are often taxed at only 28% if the underlying securities were held by the fund longer than one year (a common characteristic of low turnover growth funds).
1298(a) PFIC attribution rules--QEF stock at any time during such fund's tax year, to include in gross income his or her pro-rata share of the PFIC'S ordinary earnings and net capital gain.
But the end of the capital gains tax on residences would have a huge impact on the Manhattan and Hamptons real estate markets, reports Clark Halstead, founder of the Halstead Property Company.
3-1-00, rev'g and remd'g TC Memo 1998-167), an unpublished opinion, the court held that an estate could present evidence of the appropriate amount a hypothetical willing buyer and seller would consider as a discount or adjustment in valuing the stock, based on the built-in capital gains on the corporation's real estate.
Since that announcement, brokerage firms have reported a surge in calls by investors, with many of the questions focusing on just what type of reduction would occur in capital gains, the profits from the sale of stock, property or other investments.