Course 201: Stocks and Taxes
The Bottom Line
In this course
1 Introduction
2 Ordinary Income Versus Capital Gains
3 Jobs & Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003
4 Tax-Advantaged Accounts
5 Tax Planning 101
6 The Bottom Line

As you can see, taxes can have a meaningful impact on your long-term investment performance. Investing in stocks without regard to the tax impact can greatly reduce your return. But by understanding the basic framework of investment taxation and using a few simple tax-planning strategies, you can work to maximize the only number that matters in the end: the amount of money that goes into your pocket.

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