Is it possible to pay tax on capital gains if you never sold any investments? The answer is yes due to the different types of capital gains there are on various investments. We'll help you understand this unique circumstance, and let you know how to avoid it in this episode of Wise Money!
Season 5 Episode 41
When to Get Long Term Care Insurance
The Rules for SIMPLE IRAs
2021 Midyear Stock Market Update
Ways to Use a 529 Plan
Repaying a Coronavirus Related Distribution
The Bitcoin Episode
Should Your Umbrella Policy Cover Underinsured Risks?
Can I Use My 401k To Buy a House?
5 Unique Rules of the Roth IRA
How to Avoid 10% Early Withdrawal Penalty in Retirement
Financial Paths After Graduation
Why Is the FED Lying About Inflation?
The Biggest Financial Planning Gaps
Protect Your Finances From Identity Theft
Investment Strategies as You Enter Retirement
Planning Strategies for the SECURE Act 10-Year Rule
Time to Prepare for Higher Taxes
How to Talk to Your Kids About Money
Discussing Finances with Your Family - The 70/40 Rule
How the New Stimulus Plan Affects Your 2020 Taxes
Sophisticated Property Investing by Ethical Property Partners
The Ramsey Show
The Clark Howard Podcast
The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
Rich Dad Radio Show: In-Your-Face Advice on Investing, Personal Finance, & Starting a Business
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