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Here’s how to pay 0% tax on capital gains

BIT, AND THEN TWO OTHERS, JOHNSON & JOHNSON, UNCHANGED >> WE ARE STILL GOING THROUGH THE LATEST CHANGES TO THE TAX CODE DUE TO THE INFLATION ADJUSTMENTS. WE LOOKED AT HOW THE CHANGES AFFECTED THE TAX CODE. SHARON EPPERSON IS HERE TO SMELL OUT WHAT THEY MAY MEAN. >> WE'RE LOOKING AT MIDDLE CLASS INVESTORS AND MORE OF THEM COULD APPLY FOR A 0% TAX RATE ON CAPITAL GAINS. MOST INVESTORS FOCUS ON THE 15 OR 20% CAPITAL GAINS TAX RATE, BUT THERE'S THE 0% RATE TOO.

AND THAT COULD IMPACT MORE MIDDLE-CLASS AMERICANS IN THE YEAR AHEAD RATES ARE BASED ON YOUR TAXABLE INCOME AND INCOME THRESHOLDS TO QUALIFY FOR THE TAX RATE ARE GOING UP NEXT YEAR IN 2023, YOU COULD QUALIFY FOR THAT 0% RATE WITH TAXABLE INCOME UP TO $44,625 FOR SINGLE FILERS. THAT'S A NEARLY $3,000 INCREASE FROM THIS YEAR AND THE INCOME LIMIT FOR MARRIED COUPLES FILING JOINTLY WILL GO UP TO $89,250. YOUR TAXABLE INCOME IS CALCULATED BY SUBTRACTING YOUR ITEMIZED OR STANDARD DEDUCTION, WHICHEVER IS GREATER, FROM YOUR ADJUSTABLE GROSS INCOME.

MOST AMERICANS TAKE THE STANDARD DEDUCTION AND THE IRS IS INCREASING THOSE AMOUNTS FOR NEXT YEAR. IT WILL BE 13,850 DOLLARS FOR SINGLE FILERS, THAT'S UP $900 FROM THIS YEAR AND $27,700 FOR MARRIED COUPLES FILING JOINTLY THAT'S $1,800 INCREASE FROM 2022 ONCE DEDUCTIONS ARE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT, A COUPLE MAKING SIX FIGURES COULD BE IN THE 0% TAX BRACKET AND PAY NO TAX ON PROFITS FROM THEIR INVESTMENTS AND IT COULD ALSO BE A.

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