For someone who actively trades stocks, record keeping is essential. It could mean the difference between making money or losing a whole lot of it when it comes time to reporting your taxes. Check out what the IRS is most interested in...more
The IRS allows you to deduct the cost of the stocks that you contribute to a charity. In order to save even more money, you need to know what kind of stocks you are giving away to charity. Find out more!
Municipal bonds should be like roses to a garden for the rich folk. However, they are not the only ones who can benefit from municipal bonds. Find out the advantages of investing in municipal bonds.
The best thing about some of the available US saving bonds is that they are tax-deferred investments. Waiting the longest before cashing the bonds out may be a good option for an adult, but what about a child who owns these bonds?
Depending on the amount of money you spent on overseas investments, you may or may not have to include Form 1116 with your tax return. Find out more!
There are three methods available to investors when it comes time to figure out your capital gains for stock and mutual funds come tax season. The better your record-keeping, the better.
Foreigners interested in buying U.S. stocks in companies don?t pay any tax on the purchase, but they cannot deduct losses on that sale either. Find out more!
Paying taxes on taxable bonds can be a little tricky for many people. There is a little known strategy when it comes to savings taxes related to bonds that the IRS does not actively inform people about. Find out what it is!