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Financial Planning: Year-End Planning
My income next year will trigger higher taxes, including the 3.8% Medicare surtax on capital gains. If I sell stock this year, I can avoid these taxes and then next year repurchase the stock to reset the basis. What issues should I consider? This is premium content
By selling stock at a gain and then buying it back at the current price, you create a new...
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