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So you made a bundle on GameStop. Get ready to pay the taxes Aimee PicchiSpecial to USA TODAY If you’re among the investors who made money in the recent rally of GameStop, AMC and other high-flying
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So you made a bundle on GameStop. Get ready to pay the taxes

Aimee Picchi
Special to USA TODAY

If you’re among the investors

who made money in the recent rally of GameStop, AMC and other high-flying stocks,


be prepared to pay the taxman. 



You may not be aware

you'll be on the hook

for paying capital gains taxes

on any profits,


an issue

that seasoned investors are focused on


since a tax hit lowers their after-tax rate of return. 


But first,


it’s important to be aware of


when and how you may owe taxes

on that GameStop stock —


although some investors might end up recording a loss,

given Tuesday’s plunge in the game retailer’s stock price.



Investors

who sold their stock in early 2021

to lock in their gains


will need to pay the capital gains tax

in early 2022,


when they file their tax returns

for the current year.


Some investors have made small fortunes

in the past month,


such as one 19-year-old

who told USA TODAY

his account had peaked

above a “life-changing” $100,000.



But investors

who haven’t sold shares,


even if they are enjoying paper gains,


won’t owe anything —


a fact

that some younger investors might not realize,

experts say. 



“We've seen an increase

in millennial and Gen Z investors,


especially over the past year

with what's going on

in the volatile stock market,”


says Lisa Greene-Lewis,

TurboTax CPA and tax expert.


“Even my nephew,


he thought

he would have to claim something

on his taxes


when he didn't have a sales transaction.”



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GameStop remains a retailer being consumed by e-commerce giants. Its present stock price and market value have no relationship to financial results.

Long-term vs. short-term capital gains


A stock sale results in either a gain or a loss, and


your brokerage will send you a 1099-B form

that you’ll need to file your taxes.


The form lists basic information

about your stock sale,


such as the date

when you sold the stock and


the “basis”

for the shares,


which is the price

you paid for the stock.



That will help you compute your capital gains tax. 


The amount of tax

you’ll pay will


depend on two things:


The length of time

you held the stock and


your income. 



“If you held it

over a year and

sold it,


then

it's long-term capital gains tax,”


says Robert Conzo,


a certified financial planner and

CEO of The Wealth Alliance,

an investment advisory firm

with about $1 billion in assets under management.



“If it's less than a year,


it's short-term capital gains tax.”

There’s a significant

difference between the tax rates,


since the IRS treats long-term gains

more favorably.


Short-term gains are taxed

according to your tax bracket,


with the highest marginal rate

 topping out at 37%



Most investors, however, won’t pay a tax rate

higher than 15%

on their long-term capital gains.


Single taxpayers

who earn up to $40,000

a year


pay no tax at all,



while single earners

from $40,001 to $441,450


pay 15%.



Single people

who earn above that


pay 20%.



(There are slightly different income thresholds

for other taxpayers,


such as married couples filing jointly, 


which you can see here.)



Oh, and


there’s one other catch:


High-income investors may also be on the hook

for the net investment income tax,


a levy of 3.8%


for single earners

over $200,000 and


married couples filing

jointly with incomes

over $250,000.



Some new investors may be surprised to learn they will owe taxes if they made a profit in the market.

No tax bill surprises

Investors

who have locked in gains


can use an online calculator,

such as this free one at TurboTax’s website,


to estimate what they’ll owe.


That’s important to get a handle on now,

rather than face a surprise tax bill

when you prepare your taxes. 



“If they use the calculator,


they know

what to expect and


can put aside the money,”


TurboTax’s Greene-Lewis says.


“Maybe they can do some other tax moves

that can help their tax situation

if they are expecting a gain.”



Seasoned traders turn to a strategy

called tax-loss harvesting

to lower their tax hit,



notes Conzo.



“Say I bought GameStop and

made $100 —


that's a short-term capital gain.


Say I look in my portfolio and

see something else has a $100 loss.


I'm going to sell that,

realize the $100 loss and

offset the capital gain.”



Count your losses

It’s a “very, very powerful” technique

for lowering an investor’s tax hit,


he added. 



Investors should also be aware


they will likely pay a capital gains tax

to their state,



since the majority of states levy such a tax

on their residents,


although the rates vary. 



“People have to understand,


when you make money,

you’ll owe the IRS taxes,”


Conzo says.



“And when you trade and made big money on GameStop,


you should put money aside, or


do a tax projection

at some point

during the year

to determine your potential tax liability

that you'll need to pay

by April 15 of next year.”








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