Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

Do I have to report unrealized gains from stock trading on my income taxes?

If I buy and not sell, but the share value gains.

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4 Responses to “Do I have to report unrealized gains from stock trading on my income taxes?”
  1. prescientone says:

    No, under the current tax law, you only pay taxes on gains realized when you sell the stock, not unrealized gains noted on your statement

  2. Dubz101 says:

    You don’t have to until you sell whether it be for a loss or gain.

  3. jamesdylandean says:

    You only have to pay “Capital Gains” when you cash out (sell) shares of stock that amass to more than $1,000 USD. Otherwise, there is nothing in terms of investment earnings to claim on your income taxes.

  4. Judy says:

    No, just when you sell.

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