Before you sell an investment, you need to think about the tax on any profits you make. In this video, Tim Bennett introduces capital gains tax.
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A caller who lost $20,000 in a bad investment asked Dan if there is any tax relief for them as a result of this financial loss. Dan explains that while you cannot write it all of in one year you can claim it over time.
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Kevin Barry of CAPTRUST discusses the risks and rewards of year-end tax-loss selling, and the impact tax moves may be having on the markets. » Subscribe to CNBC: http://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBC About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: http://www.cnbc.com/ Find CNBC News on Facebook: http://cnb.cx/LikeCNBC Follow CNBC News on Twitter: http://cnb.cx/FollowCNBC Follow CNBC News on Google+: http://cnb.cx/PlusCNBC Follow CNBC News on Instagram: http://cnb.cx/InstagramCNBC #CNBC
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What are the questions you should ask yourself when an investment is underperforming or losing money in order to decide whether to sell it or not. Money For the Rest of Us is a personal finance channel on money, investing and the economy with new videos released every Monday and Wednesday. Please subscribe to my channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/jdavidstein1?sub_confirmation=1 You can get more info about Money For the Rest of Us here: https://moneyfortherestofus.com
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Hold it! I swear I'm not up to anything no good but wouldn't it be nice to never pay taxes? As much as I love paying my taxes, there are loopholes in the system that we can take advantage of. Here's everything you need to know on how you can eliminate tax burden. CONSULTATION WEBSITE: https://www.kriskrohn.com/invest-now Watch and Enjoy! Kris Krohn & Nate Woodbury WORK WITH KRIS: ======================== Mentor with Kris in Real Estate: http://LimitlessMentor.com/TV/ See everything Kris is up to: http://KrisKrohn.com Got Money? Consider Partnering with Kris on Deals: https://www.kriskrohn.com/partnering Get Kris’ new Real Estate Game Plan book for FREE: www.kriskrohn.com/game-plan-offer Join Kris’ Affiliate Team: http://6FigureMastermind.com BOOKS By Kris Krohn ======================== The Straight Path To Real Estate Wealth: https://www.kriskrohn.com/book-oto-purchase-page The Conscious Creator: http://vlt.me/.2t2eu Limitless: http://vlt.me/.2t2eu Be On Limitless TV ======================== Record your questions on video, and join me in a future episode: http://bit.ly/2yO78c7 MUSIC ======================== Tobu - Infectious https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ux8-E... Artist: https://www.youtube.com/tobuofficial Licensed under Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 #RealEstateInvesting #MoneyMindset ======================== Video by: Nate Woodbury - YouTube Producer BeTheHeroStudios.com https://www.youtube.com/c/NateWoodbury EARNINGS DISCLOSURE ======================== Kris Krohn is not in the business of providing personal, financial or investment advice and specifically disclaims any liability, loss or risk, which is incurred as a consequence, either directly or indirectly, by the use of any of the information contained in this document. Also, Kris Krohn, this document, and any online tools, if any, do NOT provide ANY legal, accounting, securities, investment, tax or other professional services advice and are not intended to be a substitute for meeting with professional advisors. If legal advice or other expert assistance is required, the services of competent, licensed and certified professionals should be sought. In addition, Kris Krohn does not endorse ANY specific investments, investment strategies, advisors, or financial service firms.
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Financial Advisor John Lesser is using long-short funds, municipal bonds, and aggressive tax-loss selling to keep clients' tax exposure in check. Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy Visit the WSJ channel for more video: https://www.youtube.com/wsjdigitalnetwork More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://online.wsj.com/home-page Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjlive Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJLive Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/ Follow WSJ on Tumblr: http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/wall-street-journal Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
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This presentation describes step 3 of the process for preparing investment club taxes using bivio investment club software. In this step, cost basis and capital gain/loss in bivio are checked against the brokers 1099 and any final adjustments are made. The information provided in this video is intended for educational purposes only. No investment recommendations or personal tax advice is being given. The information is not intended to replace professional advice. When in doubt, follow the advice of your investment, tax or legal advisers who are familiar with your particular circumstances.
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My comments today complement another tax-loss harvesting video previously recorded by Bethany Muensterman, an investment manager here at Payne Wealth Partners. If you’re unsure what tax-loss harvesting is, you’ll first want to watch Bethany’s video and then come back to this one. One key point to remember is that tax-loss harvesting applies to taxable or non-qualified investment accounts. It does NOT apply to retirement accounts such as IRAs or 401(k)s. How to consider Tax-Loss Harvesting in your Investment Planning In our firm, many tax-loss harvesting decisions are coordinated through interactions between our investment team and our planning team. Why? Because each member brings different knowledge and different specialty to the discussion. As Bethany described, overall portfolio decisions are very important to ensure the “tax tail” doesn’t wag the “investment dog” so to speak. In other words, it’s probably not wise to throw your desired portfolio make-up (asset allocation) out the door to harvest losses. That’s one key part of what the investment team is evaluating. They also must avoid breaking a certain rule called the “wash sale rule.” When to Advise Against Tax-Loss Harvesting To complement this investment analysis, Wealth Planners like myself are often looking more closely at each client’s specific income tax situation. In fact, there may be instances when tax-loss harvesting (from a Planner’s perspective) may not be wise. For example, under current law taxpayers who fall below the 25% federal tax bracket are taxed on long-term capital gains at 0%. That’s right! You heard me correctly. 0%! Now there may be state and local taxes to pay, but those are often minimal compared with federal income tax. If someone’s in that situation, we may advise against tax-loss harvesting. In fact, we may even consider realizing long-term gains that year since they’re taxed federally at 0%. There are other planning considerations in that decision that we won’t cover today, and there are other reasons why we may not advise tax-loss harvesting for someone in a particular year. In the previous video, Bethany told you how losses can offset portfolio gains. If those losses are more than your total gains, additional losses can often offset ordinary income up to $3,000 per year per tax return. As planners, we want to think about this as it may be very valuable to some high income earners. The bottom line is this. We believe a team approach can often provide well informed recommendations and decisions. If you have questions about tax-loss harvesting in your investment accounts, please feel free to contact someone on our team at Payne Wealth Partners. Remember... Uncle Sam isn’t really your uncle so be wise in your tax planning.
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By using our online checker at http://www.svrefunds.co.uk/checker we can provide you with a free and no obligation assessment of whether we believe your situation would entitle you to make a claim against ordinary income tax.
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Looking for a tax rebate of up to 50% of your investment in a new business? Both the EIS & SEIS Enterprise Investment schemes are incredibly generous tax schemes that enable investors to reclaim up to 50% of their initial investment on purchasing a business. The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) was introduced in April 2012 by HMRC to help small, early-stage companies raise funds through individual investors by providing a series of tax reliefs on investments made into qualifying companies. Investors may claim relief on up to £100,000 invested through the scheme per annum and can receive reliefs covering 78% of their investment or more. The EIS is similar but for larger businesses. You can take advantage of the following reliefs on up to £1m of investment made into eligible companies per year: Income tax relief of 30% of your investment. This can be used in the year of investment or carried back one-year prior Capital Gains exemption on profits earned on shares held for a minimum of three years Loss relief, should the company you’ve invested in fail, equivalent to your tax bracket multiplied by your ‘at risk capital’ (the total loss on the shares once income tax relief has been accounted for) Capital Gains deferral on gains realised on the disposal of any asset which is reinvested in an EIS eligible company Inheritance Tax exemption on shares held for a minimum of two years. For details of both the EIS and SEIS call Jacob & Jones now on 0141 334 8068.
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Free Guide to help claim an Allowable Business Investment Loss here: http://www.taxwatchcanada.com/abil-allowable-business-investment-loss Includes: How to Qualify for an ABIL Eight Common Situations That Can Trigger a Successful ABIL Claim Critical Factors For a Successful Claim What is an Allowable Business Investment Loss (ABIL)? If you feel you have lost or will lose money investing or loaning money to a Small Business Corporation (including your own business) you may be able to recover some of that loss as a tax reduction or refund. Canadian tax laws are purposefully designed to reduce the risk of loss of investments or loans involving small business corporations. This is called an Allowable Business Investment Loss (ABIL) which is a special type of capital loss. ABILs are deductible against all other incomes in certain applicable tax years. Provided Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has the proper proof and documentation of your loss and proper filing procedures are followed, the actual cash or tax saved could be 15% to 21% of the amount invested or loaned depending on your marginal income tax rates. Recently, tax court case outcomes have been more favourable for taxpayers disputing CRA's denial of loss claims. The reasons for such success are subtle but provide for more arguments provided by TaxWatch to CRA for accepting your loss claim. All you have to do is gather the information and documentation and TaxWatch will do the rest. Personal Comment: I am not saying these loss claims are easy. But persistence is the key to success. Arbitray denials by CRA are unacceptable. It is always good to know what the outcome will be if the challenge is met with compelling vigour. ABIL Tax Refund Service FAQ Note: More FAQ on the web site What do I need to send to you? The package you receive from us clearly lists all the required items. Why can’t I simply ask my own accountant to file for my ABIL loss claims? You should consider asking your accountant to do this, but it has been our experience that the probability of a successful outcome increases when a specialized service is recognized as being required. TaxWatch works well with many other accountants and legal reps because they are sometimes engaged in providing the information needed and are insightful and helpful. There is also the timing and comparable cost factor to be considered. How much will all this cost me? After completion of our free evaluation (which includes an estimate of your refund, if any) you will be provided with your options which include our fee. Fees are based on complexities of the claim. The fees of TaxWatch Canada are always fixed unless special circumstances arise. As a result of successfully filing a loss claim in a particular year, will CRA attempt to review other parts of my tax return for that year? No. CRA generally restricts adjustments of prior tax years to a separate group within CRA - not an audit group. If you have a notice of objection outstanding for the year of a loss claim, you may not receive the tax reduction related to your loss claim until your objection is resolved. How can I find out whether or not any capital gains deductions were reported on any of my previous income tax returns? You can call CRA for this information and request a print-out (RC143) of your previous filing history. Alternatively, we can do this for you once we have your signed consent (which is filed with CRA) to discuss your income tax matters with CRA. What if I have previously claimed a capital gains deduction? Will my claim be allowed? It depends. These deductions cancelled over ten years ago but, if claimed, still affect ABILS. Generally, the amount of the loss that can be deducted will be restricted by the capital gains deduction previously reported. The loss will be reduced by the amount of the previous capital gains deductions and only the amount in excess of the previous deduction, if available, will be eligible for an ABIL deduction. Other restrictions, if applicable to your situation, may reduce or restrict your claim. Ken Lagasse - Business Tax Specialist TaxWatch Canada LLP. http://www.taxwatchcanada.com/abil-allowable-business-investment-loss
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Just in time for tax season, Personal Capital has published a comprehensive book on how to minimize taxes on your investments. Congress created numerous tax breaks for families saving for retirement – and this book shows you how to use them. Bill Harris, Personal Capital CEO and author of the Investment Tax Guide, will discuss how tax season is the perfect time to review your strategy for saving taxes on your investments. Investment Tax Guide covers each of the key tactics for tax optimization: * Tax Loss Harvest – create tax benefits from investment losses * Defer Gains – postpone or eliminate taxes on investment gains * Defer Short-Term Gains – slash your tax rate on gains by holding for one year * Avoid Mutual Funds – they’re tax inefficient * Tax-Advantaged Securities – use municipal bonds in high tax brackets * Tax-Advantaged Accounts – maximize the value of your 401k, 403b or IRA * Roth Conversions – turn your IRA into a super-charged tax minimization machine * Primary Residence – shelter up to $500,000 of gain when you sell your house * Tax Location – put income-generating assets in tax-deferred accounts and capital gain-generating assets in taxable accounts Investment Tax Guide is 200 full-color pages, available on Amazon for $19.95. Until April 15, both paperback and e-book editions are available for free at personalcapital.com/tax INTERVIEW WITH: Bill Harris, CEO of Personal Capital
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Have you had any capital gains during 2013? If so you might think about whether there are any shares in your portfolio that you should sell to create an offsetting loss. When you sell shares for less than you paid for them (think RIM) the loss is called a capital loss. The capital loss can only be deducted from a capital gain. You can carry a capital loss back for three years and forward forever. The best use of a capital loss is to keep you from paying tax on a capital gain. So if you have some loser investments in your portfolio you should sell them before the end of 2013 and save the tax on any 2013 capital gains. Talk to your broker today.
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Nate Ritchison, CFP® answers your question of the week by sharing how to do tax smart investing by learning how investments will affect your taxes. There are different types of accounts where you can hold your money and they are all taxed at different rates. Investors have the option to invest in tax-deferred, tax free and taxable accounts. It's important to be strategic with where you hold your money and which accounts you use to invest for more optimal tax savings. By investing tax-efficiently and employing strategies such as tax loss harvesting, you're able to save more in long term. Transcription: "Hi, I'm Nate Ritchison, Certified Financial Planner™ with Pure Financial Advisors, and this is Question of the Week. This week's question is: How do my investments affect my taxes?There're a couple things to consider. Number one is how you how you save the money. You can use certain accounts to give you tax advantages--things like a deductible 401(k) or an IRA will give you tax deductions, but be careful because you'll have to start paying taxes on those when you start withdrawing those funds. Other accounts like a Roth IRA don't give you the tax deduction but they give you tax-free growth. So you have to be aware of how those dollars going in to that account are taxed in order to figure out how you're going to pay tax down the road. Those are tax advantaged accounts. The other thing you have to consider is anything outside of those types of retirement accounts would be a regular investment, a taxable investment account. The two things you have to consider on those are the gains and the income that are produced. The gains are going to be taxed typically if you've held it for over a year, at capital gains rates, which are always lower than your ordinary income tax rates. If you've held it for less than a year, you'll be subject to that same ordinary income tax rate on those gains. The second thing is the income. The income on those investments are also going to be taxed. It depends if you have dividend income from stocks or if you have interest income from bonds. There are many different ways, but dividend income generally speaking is taxed the same rate as capital gains. Interest, however, can be either taxed at ordinary income tax rates or tax-free. An example of the ordinary income tax rate would be corporate bonds; you receive that income so you have to claim that on your tax return. However, with municipal bonds, you're going to be subject to no tax--you actually get a tax advantage and tax re-growth in income off that. Those are just some examples of ways that investments can affect your taxes. Again, my name is Nate Ritchison, with Pure Financial Advisors, and this has been Question of the Week." http://purefinancial.com IMPORTANT DISCLOSURES: • Investment Advisory and Financial Planning Services are offered through Pure Financial Advisors, Inc. A Registered Investment Advisor. • Pure Financial Advisors Inc. does not offer tax or legal advice. Consult with their tax advisor or attorney regarding specific situations. • Opinions expressed are subject to change without notice and are not intended as investment advice or to predict future performance. • Investing involves risk including the potential loss of principal. No investment strategy can guarantee a profit or protect against loss in periods of declining values. • All information is believed to be from reliable sources; however, we make no representation as to its completeness or accuracy. • Intended for educational purposes only and are not intended as individualized advice or a guarantee that you will achieve a desired result. Before implementing any strategies discussed you should consult your tax and financial advisors.
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This is the second video in an introduction to taxes video. While the first focused on the personal income tax, this focuses on the role of investment income -- capital gains/losses, dividends, interest. It also introduces retirement plans.
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Do you and your spouse invest in stocks? Are you experiencing gains, while your spouse is incurring losses? Well, there is a way to use your spouse's losses to offset your gains and save on tax - check out this week's video! 0:19 - Intro 0:36 - Tax strategy 1:17 - Step one 1:29 - Step two 2:05 - Step three 2:24 - Step four 3:00 - So here's the tip Visit our website for more information and tax-related advice: http://madanca.com Follow us on social media Twitter: https://twitter.com/Madan_CA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MadanCharteredAccountant/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/madanaccounting/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/108551869453511666601/posts Download any of our free eBooks available on our website: http://madanca.com/free-tax-secrets/ (Including Tax Tips for Canadians, Personal Tax Planning Guide for Canadians: 2014 Edition and 20 Tax Secrets for Canadians) Disclaimer: The information provided in this video is intended to provide general information. The information does not take into account your personal situation and is not intended to be used without consultation from accounting and financial professionals. All figures and dollar amounts are used for example purposes only. Allan Madan and Madan Chartered Accountant will not be held liable for any problems that arise from the usage of the information provided in this video.
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How Does Your Investment Property Reduce Your Tax? Right. How does an investment property reduce your tax? Let’s say we own the property up here on the top right of the slide. Worth $500,000, it’s got a $450,000 loan on it, and a 5% interest rate. It’s renting for $500 a week, or $26,000 per year. On the left-hand side, we have the Australian tax brackets. And you can see there the first bracket is $18,200, the second 37, 87, 180, and you can see the percentages. Now, let’s say we have a job where we earn $100,000 a year. Now, our employer pays tax on our behalf on the assumption that we’re only going to earn $100,000 a year. So, some money’s been paid to the tax office for that. However, when we have an investment property, the rent we get from a property is actually added to our taxable income. So, at this point in time, we actually haven’t paid enough tax, so unless we make some claims against it, we’re going to have a tax bill not a tax return. But of course, we’ve got plenty of things we can claim. We can claim the loan interest. We can claim the rates. We can claim rental management fees and insurance. Now, all of these things are what we call cash deductions, which means money has to physically leave our bank account in return for getting a third of it back, or 37% back in this case. But there’s one thing that really makes all the difference to property investing and to making sure your properties pay for themselves, and it’s a little magic thing called depreciation. Now, depreciation is what we call a non-cash deduction, or an on-paper deduction. What does it actually mean? Well, the building you are sitting in now is theoretically going down in value. The carpets are going down in value, the curtains are going down in value. Different parts of it are going down in value. But of course, in real life, it’s not. In real life, that property is going up in value or staying the same. Rarely going down in value. But the government allows us to write off the depreciating value of a building. Now, the magic here is that we get to claim this money on tax without actually spending any money from our bank account. This in turn drives our on-paper assessment right down into the red, but in real terms, the cash in and out of our account is not in the red at all. So, lets analyse what we’ve got here. So, our taxable income went up to $126,000, and then came down to $83,000. But we paid tax on $100,000. Therefore, we now are entitled to a tax return. If we paid tax on $100,000 but our revised taxable income is $83,000, then $16,450 of income we paid tax on that we shouldn’t have. So, we should get that back. The refund would therefore be, the first $13,000 would be at 37%, and the balance of that money would be at 32.5% because of where it crosses the line at the $87,000 threshold. So, we would get a tax return against that property of $5,931 in theory. Now, that makes a massive, massive difference. If we’re getting back over $5,000 on a property for depreciation, then that’s about $100 a week. And if we’re getting an extra $100 a week back from our property, on top of a $500 per week rent, well that depreciation is making a 20% increase in the total return that that property gets back. And this can be the difference between a successfully positive cash flow property and a negative cash flow property. Now, ask yourself this question: how many properties can you own that have to put $100 a week or more of your own money into? visit our website: http://www.integritypropertyinvestment.com.au Legal Disclaimer: This information ('the information') is presented for illustrative and educational purposes only. It is not presented nor should it be treated as real estate advice, legal advice, investment advice, or tax advice. All investments involve risk and potential loss of money. If you require advice in any of these fields you should contact a suitably qualified professional to assist and advise you. Your personal individual financial circumstances must be taken into account before you make any investment decision. We urge you to do this in conjunction with a suitably qualified professional. Daimien Patterson, Integrity Property Investor Services, and their associated trading names, companies, researchers, authorised distributors and licensees, employees and speakers do not guarantee your past, present or future investment results whether based on this information or otherwise. Daimien Patterson, Integrity Property Investor Services and their associated trading names, companies, researchers, authorised distributors and licensees, employees and speakers disclaim all liability for your purchase decisions. You should do your own independent due diligence and seek the advice of qualified advisors before making any investment decision.
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Here are my 7 favorite tax write offs when it comes to owning real estate or investment property and a few examples of how each of them apply. Enjoy! Feel free to add me on Snapchat / Instagram: GPStephan Owning real estate is much more than just owning a cash producing property that provides monthly profits, what makes it really unique against almost every other investment is the tax write offs associated with it. In real estate, a return could be calculated in so many different ways besides “I get $1000 per month in rent.” What makes real estate really special is that you could often make money every month, but on paper show a loss…and this cancels out your tax obligation. Here are some of the tax write offs that make real estate a phenomenal investment. 1. Mortgage interest write off - On an investment property, the interest that you pay on your mortgage is a write off against your rental income. On a primary residence, the mortgage interest on the first $750,000 could also be a write off, potentially saving thousands in owed taxes. 2. Property taxes - This is another deduction you can write off against your rental and personal income. As a primary residence, you’re allowed to deduct the first $10,000 of your property tax against your personal income As an investment property, you can still deduct 100% of your property taxes against your rental income. 3. Depreciation - This is what often leads you to be positive in your bank account each month, but on paper you could show a loss, lowering the amount you’d pay taxes on. With rental property, you’re allowed to depreciate the asset over a certain period of time. Cost segregation analysis can sometimes speed this dramatically. However, keep in mind that because you’re depreciating a property, eventually the tax you depreciate will need to be paid at the time of sale if you DON’T 1031 it, so it’s not a tax avoidance entirely, but this works great if you plan to keep the home as a rental or eventually do a 1031 exchange later on. 4. 1031 exchange. This is a very popular real estate tax benefit that almost every real estate investor uses. This means that you can sell your property and “Exchange” it for a like property of similar or greater value without paying taxes at the time of the same sale. This is how many people can buy and sell millions without ever paying capital gains taxes, as long as they don’t sell and continue 1031 exchanging properties. 5. Capital gains exclusion on a primary residence: As long as you’ve lived in the home for 2 of the last 5 years, you can sell a your primary residence up to $250,000 HIGHER than you bought it for if you’re single, or $500,000 if you’re married, without owning capital gains tax. 6. Cash out refinance - When used against a rental property, you can refinance the extra equity in the property and pull out the profits tax free. Even though this is technically a loan you have to pay back, you’re borrowing from the existing equity and using that money without paying taxes on the money that hit your account. This gets a little more complicated as a primary residence, but on a rental, this is a huge advantage because the new mortgage you pay on the amount pulled out counts against your rental income…so you can use this money for pretty much whatever you want, hopefully just to re-invest. 7. Finally, rental property income is not taxed as self employment income, which carries a 15.3% self employment tax (not fun). But keep in mind this is also dependent on how you hold the property and specific ways you’re treating your income. Disclosure: I am not a tax consultant or CPA. These are just a few tax advantages I have used myself and I have simplified these significantly for purposes of explaining them on YouTube. Check with your own accountant or CPA because every situation is going to be unique. For business inquiries or one-on-one real estate investing/real estate agent consulting or coaching, you can reach me at [email protected] Suggested reading: The Millionaire Real Estate Agent: http://goo.gl/TPTSVC Your money or your life: https://goo.gl/fmlaJR The Millionaire Real Estate Investor: https://goo.gl/sV9xtl How to Win Friends and Influence People: https://goo.gl/1f3Meq Think and grow rich: https://goo.gl/SSKlyu Awaken the giant within: https://goo.gl/niIAEI The Book on Rental Property Investing: https://goo.gl/qtJqFq Favorite Credit Cards: Chase Sapphire Reserve - https://goo.gl/sT68EC American Express Platinum - https://goo.gl/C9n4e3
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http://taxwatchcanada.com What is an Allowable Business Investment Loss (ABIL)? Canadian tax laws are purposefully designed to reduce the risk of loss of investments or loans involving small business corporations. ABILs are deductible against all other incomes in certain applicable tax years. If you have lost, or feel you will lose, money investing in or loaning money to a Small Business Corporation (including your own business) you may be able to recover some of that loss as a tax reduction or refund. Contact us to get started: https://taxwatchcanada.com/abil-allowable-business-investment-loss
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This is a presentation for investors in Richard Schwartz's scheme. For more information about the Schwartz case, investors may visit the Richard Schwartz Investor Center at richardschwartzfraud.com Alan is a securities attorney in Cleveland, Ohio, of counsel to the law firm of Peiffer Rosca Abdullah & Carr LLC. He teaches Securities Regulation at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University. Alan primarily represents individual and institutional investors who suffered losses as a result of fraud, Ponzi schemes, stockbroker misconduct, and other securities rule violations. He has participated to numerous FINRA arbitrations as well as to class actions and other litigation proceedings, and has co-counseled cases on behalf of over 600 investors nationwide. He focuses his legal practice on complex commercial and financial litigation and arbitration, particularly in the areas of securities and investment fraud. Alan has been quoted in the media on the topic of investment loss recovery from Ponzi schemes. He has co-authored amicus curiae briefs submitted to state Supreme Courts on behalf of investors in securities litigation proceedings. He is currently authoring a study on the characteristics of the typical Ponzi scheme perpetrator and recovery venues available to investors. He is also a speaker and author on attorney professionalism. He received his Juris Doctor degree summa cum laude from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University. While in law school, he served as a Managing Editor of the Cleveland State Law Review, received the Dean's (full) scholarship for the entire Juris Doctor program, was on the Dean's List, and won the "Best Oralist" award in the Jessup Moot Court competition, Pacific Region. He passed the Ohio Bar exam in top 1%, with the highest grade in the state to the multi-state (federal law) section. He is a member of the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association, a nationwide association of securities lawyers dedicated to representing investors in securities-related disputes. He also holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Baldwin Wallace University, Ohio. Before becoming a lawyer, Alan worked in the securities industry and developed first-hand knowledge of the industry's compliance and supervisory procedures and their practical enforcement. His exposure to the inner workings of the securities industry has helped him better represent investors as an attorney-at-law, in cases against industry members that fail in their duties to protect the investing public and abide by the securities rules and regulations. Alan is licensed to practice law in Ohio, Fourth Circuit, Northern District of Ohio, Northern District of Texas, and Eastern District of Virginia. Alan's direct contact information: Email: [email protected] T. (216) 570-0097 F. (504) 586-5250 ============================ Important Disclaimer © 2013. This page may be deemed to contain attorney advertising. Valid where not prohibited. No particular investors targeted by this page. Prior results cannot and do not guarantee or predict a similar outcome with respect to any future matter in which a lawyer or law firm may be retained. The information visitors obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. Visitors should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your case. Alan and the Peiffer Rosca firm handle financial fraud cases in most states. However, Alan is licensed to practice law in Ohio, and the firm's lawyers are not admitted to practice law in every state. In those states in which Alan is not admitted to practice, he will associate with local co-counsel to assist with the matter, at no additional cost to our clients, whenever permitted or required by the respective jurisdiction. Although Alan has experience handling various types of cases, he has not been certified as an expert or specialist in any area of the law by any accrediting or licensing authority or by any bar association.
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In this video (Part 4 of this series on Equity Investments AKA Associate Companies AKA Minority Stakes or Minority Investments) By http://breakingintowallstreet.com/ "Financial Modeling Training And Career Resources For Aspiring Investment Bankers" We'll also walk through what happens when you SELL your stake in another company and record a gain or loss on the sale of the investment. Step 1: Determine the Purchase Price and Gain or Loss In real life, you would do this by valuing Charter Communications via public comps, precedent transactions, and a DCF and assigning a value to the entire company, figuring out its implied Equity Value and multiplying by Liberty Media's ownership percentage. Or you could take the price offered by potential or existing buyers of this minority stake. Here, we're more focused on the mechanics so we're assuming a price of $3.5B, which would represent about a $505 million Gain on the book value of the Equity Investment at the time of the sale (which we assume happens on December 31st of the year in the model). We'll also look at the case where it's sold for $2.5B instead and Liberty Media therefore records a $495 million Loss. Step 2: Reflect the Changes on the Financial Statements Easiest method here: create a "Transaction Adjustments" area and only bother to adjust the Balance Sheet - yes, you COULD also adjust the IS and CFS and create pro-forma historical statements, but it would take longer and is not truly necessary for the analysis. It's better / easier to build a pro-forma Balance Sheet and then alter the forward numbers beyond the year 2014 here. Step 2.1: Add the proceeds from the sale itself (~$3.0B) to Cash on the Assets side. Step 2.2: ALSO add the after-tax gain or loss to Cash on the Assets side. Remember, we're taxed on capital gains and we can receive a tax deduction for capital losses, but we are NOT taxed on the cash received for selling the investment itself! So in this case, cash increases from $804 million to $4.1 billion... if there were a loss instead, cash would still go up but would go up by less than this. Step 2.3: Remove the Equity Investments line item - Credit the entire amount prior to the sale, so that the Pro-Forma column shows $0 there. Step 2.4: Adjust the Retained Earnings on the L&E side and also reflect the after-tax gain or loss there. Why? Because it would ordinarily show up on the Income Statement and therefore affect Net Income, and Net Income flows into Retained Earnings... so we're just taking a "shortcut" here and show the ultimate impact after it flows through the Income Statement. Step 2.5: Check that the Balance Sheet still balances - pretty important to get this right... Step 3: Modify the Future Financial Statements Remove the Net Income from Equity Investments and the Dividends Received from Equity Investments on future Income Statement and Cash Flow Statement projections. Not necessary here, but you'd need to do this in real life if you had projections beyond our final year here. Best to just set all these to a hard-coded $0. What Next? Now you're done! That's how Equity Investments work, and how you reflect the initial purchase, the flow-through of Net Income and Dividends, a stake increase, and the eventual sale of these investments and any accompanying gain or loss. Go practice by yourself and take a deal or company of your choosing and try to replicate this - and for a slightly more advanced topic, start learning about Noncontrolling Interests (formerly known as Minority Interests) and how those work... coming up in another set of tutorials from us soon.
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One of the the basic balance sheet strategies for tax reduction is matching deductions, exemptions and credits against differing forms of income. But the next level of education is learning how to match up market gains and losses through tax harvesting to minimize taxation. Nationally recognized product taxation expert Ken Davis is interviewed by Steve Savant, syndicated financial columnist and talk show host, on this episode of "Let's Get Down to Business." http://youtu.be/Zaz_bZRqM8I
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http://www.taxwatchcanada.com/abil-allowable-business-investment-loss. Just what is an Allowable Business Investment Loss? If you feel you have lost or will lose money investing or loaning money to a Small Business Corporation (including your own business) you may well be able to recover some of that loss as a tax reduction or refund.
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This video shows how to recognize unrealized gains or losses on available-for-sale debt investments. AFS debt investments are marked to market each period, which means they are presented on the Balance Sheet at fair value. Any unrealized gain or loss bypasses the Income Statement and instead flows through Other Comprehensive Income. Edspira is your source for business and financial education. To view the entire video library for free, visit http://www.Edspira.com To like Edspira on Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/Edspira To sign up for the newsletter, visit http://Edspira.com/register-for-newsletter Edspira is the creation of Michael McLaughlin, who went from teenage homelessness to a PhD. The goal of Michael's life is to increase access to education so all people can achieve their dreams. To learn more about Michael's story, visit http://www.MichaelMcLaughlin.com To follow Michael on Twitter, visit https://twitter.com/Prof_McLaughlin To follow Michael on Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/Prof.Michael.McLaughlin
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Have a 1031 exchange question you'd like addressed? Post it in the comments! A basic calculation of tax on the cash-out of an investment property of real estate and the potential to defer these taxes by reinvesting sales revenue into a 1031 like-kind exchange.
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https://www.myinvestingclub.com NEED HELP WITH YOUR TRADER TAXES? **** MyInvestingClub.com/Tax **** Want some MIC Swag? **** Shop.MyInvestingClub.com **** “Welcome to the MyInvestingClub.com! Home to a vast amount of like minded, professional investors/trader’s aiming for 3 goals DAILY: 1. Being a part of a very exclusive trading community 2. Access to endless amounts of decades of knowledge 3. Making MONEY! We’re here to change the status quo. To take the image of “The day-trader”, flip it off its axis, and re-shape the wheel.” PLEASE Review important disclosure information For MIC before watching any of our videos. ** https://www.myinvestingclub.com/disclaimer ** Twitter 1. Bao - https://twitter.com/modern_rock 2. Alex Temiz - https://twitter.com/AT09_Trader 3. TBradley - https://twitter.com/TBradley90 Instagram 1. Bao - https://Instagram.com/Modern_Rock 2. Alex Temiz - https://Instagram.com/Alex_Temiz 3. TBradley - https://instagram.com/tbradley90_trader Amazon link to amazing products picked out by us for you to start. Any level of experience or budget for gear: https://www.amazon.com/shop/AT09_trader My Investing Club provides only general information and educational services, and does not provide investment advisory services. The information and services provided by My Investing Club are not intended, and shall not constitute or be construed as, advice or any recommendation to purchase or sell securities, nor any offer, or solicitation of an offer, to purchase or sell securities, nor an attempt to influence the purchase or sale of any security. The purchase and sale of securities involves a high degree of risk, and a number of factors could materially and adversely affect the results and lead to a substantial or complete loss of investment. The information and services My Investing Club do not indicate, warrant or guaranty any predictable, expected, general, specific or other results. Purchasing and selling securities is speculative and suitable only for persons who have substantial financial resources, who understand and accept the risks involves, who have independently reviewed, determined and accepted those risks and consequences thereof, and who are able to bear the risk of substantial or complete loss of investment.
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowfinance Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowfinance "Long term capital loss" is a term that you might find on a schedule D form. Find out what "long term capital loss" on a schedule D form means with help from a professional public speaker and radio personality in this free video clip. Expert: Kenneth Himmler Contact: www.kenhimmler.com Bio: Kenneth Himmler is a professional public speaker, radio personality, go-to for financial press, and has been featured in multiple financial magazines, such as "Smart Money." Filmmaker: Nick Brosco Series Description: Personal finance is a complicated topic, which is why it is always important to do as much research into it as possible. Get information on all your personal finance issues with help from a professional public speaker and radio personality in this free video series.
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Expert Free Guide for Allowable Business Investment Loss claims Go Here: http://www.taxwatchcanada.com/abil-allowable-business-investment-loss Includes: Qualifying for an ABIL Eight Common Situations That Can Trigger a Successful ABIL Claim Critical Factors for a Successful Claim What you need to know about claiming an Allowable Business Investment Loss and getting a tax refund. What is an Allowable Business Investment Loss (ABIL)? If you feel you have lost or will lose money investing or loaning money to a Small Business Corporation (including your own business) you may be able to recover some of that loss as a tax reduction or refund. Canadian tax laws are purposefully designed to reduce the risk of loss of investments or loans involving small business corporations. This is called an Allowable Business Investment Loss (ABIL) which is a special type of capital loss. ABILs are deductible against all other incomes in certain applicable tax years. Provided Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has the proper proof and documentation of your loss and proper filing procedures are followed, the actual cash or tax saved could be 15% to 21% of the amount invested or loaned depending on your marginal income tax rates. Recently, tax court case outcomes have been more favourable for taxpayers disputing CRA's denial of loss claims. The reasons for such success are subtle but provide for more arguments provided by TaxWatch to CRA for accepting your loss claim. All you have to do is gather the information and documentation and TaxWatch will do the rest. Personal Comment: I am not saying these loss claims are easy. Persistence is the key to success. Arbitray denials by CRA are unacceptable. It is always good to know what the outcome will be if the challenge is met with compelling vigour. Ken Lagasse - Business Tax Specialist TaxWatch Canada LLP. Free ABIL Guide: http://www.taxwatchcanada.com/abil-allowable-business-investment-loss
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Published: June 27, 2012 https://www.pwlcapital.com/Justin-Bender-blog Justin Bender, Associate Portfolio Manager with PWL Capital in Toronto, explains a quick rule of thumb for taxable investors on when they should consider realizing their capital losses.
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Renting out a property? This video and notes below explain how you need to tell HMRC and what expenses you can claim against the income. What to do with losses. Minimise your tax bills. Update - note from 6 April 2017 there are restrictions on the tax relief available for loan/mortgage interest. As before, can never claim the capital repayment. New rules apply UK & o/seas props. 2017/18 – 75% of interest in full, 25% at basic rate only 2018/19 – 50% of interest in full, 50% at basic rate only 2019/20 – 25% of interest in full, 75% at basic rate only 2020/21 on…interest allowed @ b/rate Shortcut for this video: http://tinyurl.com/HustonTV01
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The nature of gains an losses will often effect the tax rate applied to them, capital gains often having favorable tax rates over ordinary income. http://accountinginstruction.info/
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1/18/2018 Webcast: Tax and estate planning in a changing environment No dramatic changes foreseen in terms of investment advice. Our experts recommend looking closely at your bond investments in this low-interest-rate environment, rebalancing your asset allocation, and maximizing after-tax returns. Otherwise, basic principles like broad diversification and low-cost investing still hold. Important information All investing is subject to risk, including the possible loss of the money you invest. There is no guarantee that any particular asset allocation or mix of funds will meet your investment objectives or provide you with a given level of income. Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against a loss. Bond funds are subject to the risk that an issuer will fail to make payments on time, and that bond prices will decline because of rising interest rates or negative perceptions of an issuer's ability to make payments. Investments in bonds are subject to interest rate, credit, and inflation risk. Although the income from municipal bonds held by a fund is exempt from federal tax, you may owe taxes on any capital gains realized through the fund's trading or through your own redemption of shares. For some investors, a portion of the fund's income may be subject to state and local taxes, as well as to the federal Alternative Minimum Tax. This webcast is for educational purposes only. We recommend that you consult a tax or financial advisor about your individual situation. Advice services are provided by Vanguard Advisers, Inc., a registered investment advisor. © 2018 The Vanguard Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Use Excel to Calculate Gain/Loss and Weighted Average of Stock Investments
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