4. She invests enough to get the match, then ROTH & taxable. We are Swedish citizens, but have green cards and live in the U.S. She says that she doesn’t want to put too much into 401k since there is a possibility that we will move back one day. Does that make any sense at all?
$125,000 gross incomeNOLA wrote:Total household income:$125,000 (up from $110,000 in 2012)
Debt: Mortgage $320,000 @3.25% w/$150,000 in Equity (14 years left)
Tax Filing Status: Married Filing Jointly
Tax Rate: 25% Federal, 6% State?
State of Residence: Louisiana
I don't understand the question. When you recognize $5,000 of gains you ADD $5,000 to your taxable income.NOLA wrote:would it be smart to sell the gains in the taxable account and invest it again the next day. Can I deduct the 5k gain that way?
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