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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will Form 8815 Taxing

Instructions and Help about Will Form 8815 Taxing

So, you made some money on stocks this year. Congratulations! Well, now you need to be taxed on the money you made. So today, I'm going to give you guys the six biggest points on taxing that every single stock market investor should know. I cannot wait to share this with you guys today. Good day, subscribers! Thank you so much for joining me today. I am Jeremy, this is the Financial Education Channel, and today we're talking about the basics of being taxed when you're a stock market investor. So, it's the type of things that every single beginner in the stock market should understand. Anybody that's thinking about investing in the stock market, then when you can plan out your investments accordingly, on what you buy stock, which you sell stocks, what's the best investments for you, all those kinds of things, because the tax rates are different for different things and it's very important to understand that, that way you can plan accordingly, guys. So, we're going to go over the six biggest things. Leave this video today a thumbs up if you really enjoy it. So, the number one thing we're talking about is dividends and how dividends are taxed. So, the majority of people will be taxed on dividends at a fifteen percent tax rate. A fifteen percent tax rate, that's most people. Now, if you're a super high-income individual, I believe it's four hundred thousand dollars or more, you'll be taxed at 20%. Regardless, the dividend tax is generally going to be way less than what you're paying as a normal taxpayer. I know, me personally, I think I'm in the around the twenty-eight percent tax bracket I'll be in for this year. So, paying fifteen percent on dividends is a heck of a...