Option selling and tax
Taxes and Accounting | Elite Trader
how is the tax situation if one mainly does short-selling of options with a short timeframe (ie. month or less)?
In other words: is the earned credit to be taxed?
Why "Exchange" Funds Instead of "Sell" Funds?
Maybe a newbie question, but I'm in the process of selling various mutual funds and buying various Vanguard index funds. When I go to make the trade, I have the option to "sell" or "exchange." Given that these funds are all in a ROTH IRA (i.e., no tax implications), I assume there is no differen...
Sell or Rent it out
My Neighbor bought his house for $205K. Now He is selling it out for $275K after four years, which he will most likely get $70K tax free - the relater fee 3.75%.Option IWould it make sense to rent it out. If he chooses to do so he would be renting with cashflow positive: $1600 Rent- $...
Closing an option position vs selling an option
Hi everyone, I'm new to options and had a quick question that I could not find anywhere online (perhaps I am not typing the correct search terms). Let's say I buy a call option. Before the option expires, I want to close my position by selling the option to make a profit off the higher...
selling an option
beginning trader (read a lot of books but haven't traded much) has a question. do I need to OWN the stock in order to sell a PUT on it? if I don't, isn't that the almost the same as short selling the stock? thanks wasatchm
Using ROS.ie to pay share option income tax Form RTS01
Hi I am confused by ROS system. Can anyone help me? I am a PAYE worker who got income from selling shares in Nov 14 and again in April 15. I have two questions on this:- do I put the tax due now in as preliminary tax for 2015 on ROS.ie in order to pay it within 30 days. If so do I still need ...
Will selling an option make about the same as exercising it?
Exercising option's involve a ton of effort and commissions. If I sell an option instead of exercising will it be about as profitable? Also, when i sell an option am I officially out of it? (no longer have the position). This is all hypothetical and I don't have any options yet.
Stock Grant tax question
Hi all, I have what will probably be an easy question, I am just having a hard time finding an answer.Five years ago I received a Stock grant from my employer, it vested 25% a year for four years. Each year some of the stocks were sold to cover the taxes due on vest day. I now know I should hav...
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