Capital Gains Tax

Business / Finance / Capital Gains Tax: A distribution to the shareholders of a mutual fund out of profits from selling stocks or bonds, that is subject to capital gains taxes for the shareholders.

Other Words for Capital

Capital Adjective Synonyms: chief, main, major, important, cardinal, central, principal, prime, primary, paramount, pre-eminent, foremost, leading
Capital Noun Synonyms: head, top, crown, cap
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Other Words for Tax

Tax Noun Synonyms: assess, exact, demand, charge, impose or levy a tax (on), tithe
Tax Adjective Synonyms: levy, impost, duty, tariff, assessment, tribute, toll, excise, customs, charge, contribution, scot, tithe, octroi, cess, rate(s), dues
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Tax-Timing Option

Business / Finance / Tax-Timing Option: Legislation forming part of a larger act designed to balance the federal budget. Some of the legislation's provisions included tax credits for taxpayers supporting children, an increase in the amount MORE

Taxable Income

Business / Accounting / Taxable Income: Income subject to tax: total income adjusted for deductions, exemptions, and credits. MORE

Capital Gain

Business / Accounting / Capital Gain: The excess of the selling price over the cost basis when assets, such as securities and other personal and investment assets, are sold. MORE

Capital Gains Tax (CGT)

Business / Taxes / Capital Gains Tax (CGT): A capital gains tax is due on profits you realize on the sale of a capital asset, such as stock, bonds, or real estate. Long-term gains, on assets you own more than a year, are taxed at a lower rate t MORE

Tax Reform Act Of 1984

Business / Finance / Tax Reform Act Of 1984: Legislation aimed at tightening provisions relating to taxation, including changes in the capital gains tax laws. MORE

Taxpayer Relief Act Of 1997 (TRA 97)

Business / Real Estate / Taxpayer Relief Act Of 1997 (TRA 97): Enacted by the United State Congress and effective May 7, 1997, TRA 97 provides for broader exemption from capital gains taxes on the profits on the sale of a personal residence. Replaces the old prov MORE

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