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  1. I ended up -2500 on my investment but yet my tax statement showed I made a 51k gain that I got taxed on. Assuming this is for wash sale rule. My question is if I sell all my stock and my total investment account balance is still -2500 from my original principle will I get that 51000 as a capital loss for the following year. Or do I actually have to pay tax on 51k even though it was never realized

  2. @Efros Financial Hi So if I sell (lose $2K) then rebuy (create wash sale) and sell that again for another loss (lose $3K) 2 weeks later, then never rebuy for the rest of the year. Can I now deduct the $5K since that’s my real true loss?

  3. So if I sell (lose $2K) then rebuy (create wash sale) and sell that again for another loss (lose $3K) 2 weeks later, then never rebuy for the rest of the year. Can I now deduct the $5K since that’s my real true loss?

  4. So this person could only deduct 3000.00 and not 20000 due to wash sale rule? I thought 3000 is the max amount only no matter what you do. Now if there was a 50000 gain and you sold 20000 lost but re buy the stock within 30 days you cannot deduct the 20000 lost from 50000 gain + plus your income. Only 3000 deduct from the 50000 gain Is that how the wash sale works ? Then carry over 17000 loses into next year.

  5. what if I made 10k in profit in one week and the next week lost 10k. Would I still pay taxes on that initial 10k profit? Or do i just pay taxes on my net loss/gain at the end of the year?

  6. Great video…i'm still confused. If I make 40,000 or less I can sell my shares (not options) its short term, it wouldn't be 0% because it's short term? Would it be 20% I want to take profits but unsure. I could take a % of my shares and leave some too but trying to figure out the tax situation. I will hold some long term too. I'm not sure if unemployment income counts or has an effect on the income/capital gains tax. Going to check out the smart calculator too.

  7. Lets say I buy 10 shares of stock at $10/share which equates to $100 value. Then the stock reaches $15/share, $150 value which is +$50gain.

    Will I be taxed if I ONLY sell the original investment (cost basis) amount of $100? The catch is I plan to leave the gain of $50 in account.

  8. Rich people that make billions and crash the market costing thousands of people their jobs : bunch of tax cuts and pardons

    Regular people just investing: get taxed

  9. Are you paying this tax when you try to withdraw the money from your investment account to your bank? Because you may sell a stock and then reinvest your earnings. New investor here so I’m just trying to understand all of this. Thanks in advance.

  10. Thank you Tommy. This was very helpful. I appreciate your approach because I literally knew nothing. I look forward to learning more from you. Keep up the good work.

  11. nah still dont understand one point….. lets say i started trading this year with and made alot of profits…. but just before the end of year i buy stocks with all the money i have including the profits.. would i still be taxed?

  12. What if I’ve held a stock since $7 and ride it all the way up to $50, but this whole time I’m buying/selling throughout the days to capitalize on highs and lows to make extra cash? Are the 200 shares of NIO I have still going to be taxed via unrealized gains?

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