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Tag: Schedule D

Gold Bullion

You are responsible for paying the taxes on the amount realized in the sale. The buyer is generally not required to withhold income taxes on the proceeds.

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1099-S Form

When you inherit real property, like a home, then for tax purposes the beneficiaries receive what is called a “stepped-up” basis.

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$100 bills with magnifying glass and stock price chart

Your company offers you employee stock options. The paperwork says they are Nonqualified Stock Options (NQSO’s). You don’t quite understand what that means...

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