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There are generous exclusions for capital gains on the sale of a home—but timing is crucial.
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Federal estate taxes apply to only a small fraction of taxpayers. But even if you don’t have to pay federal estate taxes, you may be on the hook for state taxes.
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Giving a gift of stock is easy. But knowing the value for gift or income taxes can be a bit more complicated.
Whether it’s stock options, restricted stock, an employee stock purchase plan, or some other form of equity compensation, most companies offer this vital benefit to employees. But once you have it, what should you do with it?
If you’re behind on saving for retirement, it can seem almost impossible to get on the right track. Can our built-in biases actually help make the catch-up process easier?
Mistakes are easy to make when filing your taxes, and can lead to delays in processing your return. Here are six of the most common tax-filing mistakes.

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