Financial Planning: Year-End Planning

At the end of the year, should I exercise my in-the-money options and sell the stock to take advantage of netting the gains against my short-term capital losses from this year (or those that were carried forward from last year)? This is premium content

Don't get tripped up by misunderstanding the tax rules. A common mistake is thinking that because you are selling a stock a capital gain lurks somewhere in the tax calculation...
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