Taxes on Stocks Explained For Beginners [How to Pay Less Taxes]

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Taxes on Stocks Explained For Beginners [How to Pay Less Taxes]

Taxes on Stocks Explained For Beginners [How to Pay Less Taxes]

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0:00 Introduction
0:41 Taxes on Stocks Overview
2:07 Short & Long Term Capital Gain Tax Explained
3:56 Short & Long Term Tax Example
4:40 Capital Loss Tax Deduction Explained
5:16 Capital Loss Tax Deduction Example
5:55 Wash Sale Rule Explained
6:44 Key Tax Information to Know

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