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If I buy stock whose market value grows over the year, but I don't sell, do I have to pay income tax on it?
You do not have to pay any taxes on the gains of the stock until you sell it and realize the gains.  If you wait long enough, and hold it for at least 1 year, you can get preferential tax treatment (as opposed to less than 1 year).Topic 409 Capital Gains and LossesPublication 550 (2022), Investment Income and ExpensesMike E is correct on the taxation of cash dividends. Publication 550 (2022), Investment Income and Expenses - jump to dividends section to see information on qualified dividends for preferential tax treatment.
What investment management fees are tax deductible?
Miscellaneous investment-related itemized deductions In 1040Miscellaneous itemized deductions are generally limited to the amount of expenses over and above 2% of your adjusted gross income (AGI). In other words, there’s a floor below which you lose the ability to deduct.For example: Say your AGI is $75,000 and you have $3,000 in miscellaneous itemized deductions. Your 2% AGI floor is therefore $1,500 (2% of $75,000). You lose the first $1,500 of the $3,000 you claim, but get to deduct the remaining $1,500.Here’s a list of investment-related expenses that you may be able to deduct:Fees for investment counsel and advice, including subscriptions to financial publicationsIRA or Keogh custodial fees, if paid by cash outside the accountSoftware or online services used to manage your investmentsSafe deposit box rent, if used the box to store certificates or investment-related documentsTransportation to your broker’s or investment adviser’s officeAttorney, accounting or clerical costs necessary to produce or collect taxable incomeCharges for automatic investment services and dividend reinvestment plansCosts to replace lost security certificatesInvestment-related expenses that can't be deducted include:Trading commissions—these are "capitalized" to increase your cost basis and/or reduce your taxable sales proceedsCosts of traveling to attend a shareholder’s meetingInvestment advisory fees related to tax-exempt income—you generally need to prorate these fees based on the portion of tax-exempt investment income versus total taxable investment incomeBorrowing costs associated with life insuranceBe Peaceful !!!
If Trump's loans to his campaign are not repaid, can he write that off on his taxes?
Bad debts owed to a person by a political organization are nondeductible. From Publication 550 (2022), Investment Income and Expenses:Debts owed by political parties. You cannot take a nonbusiness bad debt deduction for any worthless debt owed to you by:A political party;A national, state, or local committee of a political party; orA committee, association, or organization that either accepts contributions or spends money to influence elections.
How are stock option gains and losses taxed by the IRS?
Generally, these are capital gains and losses, reported on Schedule D. See IRS Publication 550, http://www.irs.gov/publications/....The treatment can be a little complicated when the option expires without being exercised. It gets very complicated when you start talking about straddles and the like. Consult your tax advisor before getting heavily invested.
How can one write-off an angel investment if the owner/entrepreneur refuses to respond to requests for a certificate dissolution (US)?
The two answers to date look solid, Adam Gering's advice to speak with the accountant, and Wray Rives  (who is an accountant) pointing to the tax code section.My understanding is that if you can justify that a company in your investment portfolio is truly worthless, you can write it off even without a complete accounting, record, or formal dissolution of the portfolio company. Many companies fail this way, without formally going through bankruptcy or wind-down, so angels and VC funds probably have standard procedures to deal with it. As long as you file the right forms and the company stays dead, you should be okay. If the company comes back from the dead and actually returns on the investment, you would have a more difficult time justifying why you wrote it off in the interim. Please don't take this as a technical or correct answer from a tax perspective, just my general understanding of how the system works.
When I sell my Lehman shares, can I declare them worthless for tax purposes?
No. As long as the stock is still alive and being traded anywhere, the IRS will almost certainly disallow any deduction claimed on the ground that the stock is worthless. The only way that you can claim that the securities are worthless is to abandon them entirely without claiming any monetary consideration whatsoever. See IRS Publication 550, http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p.... Even then, it would still be reported as a capital loss on Schedule D, not an ordinary loss, and it would still be subject to the passive loss limitations.
How do income taxes affect solopreneurs/freelancers with full time jobs?
Income from a sole proprietorship is considered ordinary income, taxed at the same rate as income from wages and salaries, etc. In addition, you are required to pay self-employment tax on income from that sole proprietorship, which is the employer's share of Social Security and Medicare.Investment income is taxed at variable rates. At your level, you may also be subject to Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT).References:IRS Publication 525, Taxable and Nontaxable Income: http://www.irs.gov/publications/...IRS Publication 550, Investment Income and Expenses: http://www.irs.gov/publications/...IRS Publication 583, Starting a Business and Keeping Records: http://www.irs.gov/publications/...
I know that you pay higher taxes on capital gains if you are in a higher tax bracket, but can the gains from the sale of a stock put you into that higher tax bracket, or is a tax bracket calculated solely from other types of income?
See IRS Publication 550 (2022), Investment Income and Expenses and the Qualified Dividends and Capital Gain Tax Worksheet in Form 1040. The rate that you pay on capital gains is based on your adjusted gross income, which includes the net income from your capital gains.
At what point is it worth getting a Bloomberg terminal?
Having lived on one for several years, I can say the Terminal will cost you ~$2k a month if you get appropriate data/exchange feeds. That's $24k a year to run a $1mm book. While it would likely be a deductible expense (investment expenses are itemized deductions, see IRS Publication 550), that's a 2.4% hurdle just to break even!I've relied on other sources like my broker (Interactive Brokers) for Level 1 and Level 2 quotes as well as light charting at little to no cost.For breaking news, etc... (if you are trading the print) then obviously you need to have the ability to see the data.Anyone watching CNBC or other TV see about a 10-15 sec delay from real-time (even when it says real-time) due to enforced broadcast delay.If you decide you MUST get one, find someone else to "share" the cost with - or get a co-working space to rent one out and charge you by the day. IMHO, I wouldn't get personal bloomberg unless I have $2-3mm+ investable assets. Real-time quotes and DJ/Reuters data for news is enough at 1/10 of the cost.
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