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Capital gains are profits made from the sale of real estate, investments and personal property. Get the latest capital gains tax rates and investment tax advice.
Net income provides a more accurate account of the financial status. Here’s why.
Learn how these differ and how they both can impact your budget.
Certain windfalls are considered capital gains. Here’s how to determine what you’ll owe.
A person’s gross income is used to determine how much they have to pay toward federal and state income taxes.
You won’t owe taxes if you pay fees from your IRA. In fact, there may be other tax breaks.
If you have a foreign bank account, the IRS gives you a short time to file the FBAR.
Some taxpayers won’t pay any capital gains tax. Find out if you are eligible for this break.
The reporting requirements can be complicated, but we simplify them for you.
Did one of your investments totally tank? It may become valuable as a tax break.
Whether you must pay tax on the conversion of master limited partnership shares in an IRA depends.
First you need to figure out your adjusted cost basis after a stock split. Here’s how to do it.
To begin, find out the fair market value of the home on the two dates when you inherited it.
How you invest the lump-sum payment will determine whether you pay taxes.
You can use one of three general options when reporting gains and losses to the IRS.