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welcome to the tax lair Pro basic income.tax preparation course this is module.five we're going over income part three.for filing twenty eighteen tax returns.and in this module we'll be going over.Schedule D and form 8949 capital gains.and losses buy low sell high if you do.that you'll be a successful investor.you'll also have capital gains a capital.gain or loss is a gain or loss on the.sale of almost any asset gains and.losses which don't relate to the sale of.business property are first reported on.IRS form 8949 any gains or losses.relating to the sale of business.property are first reported on Form.forty-seven ninety seven the subtotals.are then carried over to Schedule D form.1040 the sale of a personal residence is.reported only if there is a gain in.excess of the excludable amount report.this gain on form 8949 in Schedule D.we'll go over this excludable amount in.just a few moments the IRS defines a.capital asset as almost everything you.own and use for personal or investment.purposes that's a lot of stuff so.technically yes you'd have to tell the.IRS about that collector's item Beatles.record that you sold for a nice profit.on eBay but the most common taxable.assets are securities real estate and.valuable collectibles securities are any.kind of financial instrument or.investment contract that has value.examples are stocks bonds and options.it's important to understand that you'll.only be taxed on stocks and securities.that you've sold in the past year only.those that you've sold.if your stocks go up during the year but.you hang on to them you won't be charged.any capital gains tax if you use a.broker to help buy and sell stocks and.bonds then the brokerage firm will send.you a form at the beginning of the tax.year call the 1099 B proceeds from.broker and barter exchange transactions.this form lists all of your earnings and.losses from the sale of securities.here's an example of a 1099 be showing a.description of the property the date.acquired and the date sold and the.proceeds and the cost basis.it's typical for the brokerage firm to.list the earnings as net proceeds and.this means how much you earned - any.Commission's or brokerage fees if they.list roasts proceeds then you'll have to.deduct the Commission's and fees on your.own if you sell real estate or property.either for personal or business purposes.and make a profit from the sale then.that also qualifies as a capital gain.that will show up on Form 1099s in this.form shows the gross proceeds from a.sale or trade of reportable real estate.in this form will be provided to the.taxpayer by the real estate company.different tax rates apply to sales of.personal property and business property.and thanks to the Taxpayer Relief Act of.1997 there are significant tax breaks.when you sell your primary residence.your home according to the 1997 law if.you've used a home or apartment or.trailer or even a houseboat as your.primary residence for at least two out.of the last five years you can exclude.up to $500,000 in capital gains from the.sale of that property the $500,000.exclusion is only for married couples.who file a joint return individual.filers can exclude up to two hundred and.fifty thousand dollars that means you.don't have to pay taxes on money made.from selling a primary residence unless.the earnings exceed two hundred and.fifty thousand or five hundred thousand.dollars depending on your filing status.to qualify for the exclusion during the.five year period ending on the date of.the sale the taxpayer must have owned.the home for at least two years this is.the ownership test and lived in the home.as his or her main home for at least two.years this is the use test.and in addition during the two-year.period ending on the date of the sale.the taxpayer must not have claimed an.exclusion on a gain from the sale of.another home now figuring the gain or.loss on the sale of a home is based on.the selling price the amount realized.and this is the selling price minus any.selling expenses the basis and the.adjusted basis this adjusted basis is.the cost plus any capital improvements.that were made now keep in mind a loss.on the sale of a personal residence is.not deductible even if any profit isn't.taxable a taxpayer who receives form.1099 s for gain or loss on the sale of a.Maine home must report this information.on form 8949 and Schedule D on the tax.return.sales of art rugs antiques jewelry.precious metals wine stamps coins and.other valuable collectibles are also.taxable as capital gains in calculating.capital gains the first step is to.calculate exactly how much capital gain.income you've earned in the last year it.sounds easy enough all you have to do is.take the sale price of a capital asset.which is a stock real estate so on and.subtract the original purchase price but.it gets a little tricky if you're not.the person who originally purchased the.asset or investment the original.purchase price of an investment like.stock other securities or investment.property.is known as the cost basis there are.several different ways to calculate this.if you purchase the investment then the.cost basis is simply the price you paid.for it if you inherited the investment.then the cost basis is the value of the.investment on.date that the original owner passed away.if you receive the investment as a gift.then the cost basis is the original.price of the asset unless the investment.was worth less than that amount when it.was given to you once you've figured out.how much you've earned from the sale of.each asset you next need to figure out.how long you've owned each asset this is.called the holding period of an.investment and it's divided into two.categories each with a different tax.rate the short term property is property.that's held one year or less long term.properties property held more than one.year holding period of an asset is.measured in calendar months beginning on.the date after acquisition and including.the disposal date for example lorna.bought a hundred shares of stock on.January the 1st 2018 to determine her.holding period she should start counting.on January the 2nd 2018 the second day.of each month thereafter counts as the.beginning of a new month regardless of.how many days each month contains if she.sells the property on January the 1st.2019 her holding period will be one year.or less and she'll realize a short term.capital gain or loss if she sells the.property on January the 2nd 2019 her.holding period will have been one year.in a day and she'll realize a long term.capital gain or loss let's take a look.at another example.if you bought an investment property on.February the 3rd 2017 and sold it on.February the 3rd 2018 your holding.period isn't more than one year you've.got a short term capital gain or loss if.you sold it on February the 6th 2018.your holding period is.more than one year and you'll have a.long-term capital gain or loss for.inherited property by law all inherited.property automatically has a long-term.holding period assigned to it may not.seem logical but the mechanism of.inheriting property always changes the.holding period from short to long IRS.Publication 544 chapter four states.inherited property if you inherit.property you're considered to have held.the property longer than one year.regardless of how long you actually held.it so why is it so important to.determine the holding period to.determine long versus short term the.answer short-term gains are taxed at.regular income tax rates long-term gains.are taxed at a lower rate starting with.tax year 2011 capital gains are reported.using Schedule D and a new format for.that year form 8949 this was a major.change from previous years when just the.Schedule D was used to hold these.transactions details regarding.individual trades are reported on form.8949 totals from that form are then.summarized on Schedule D and then.transferred to form 1040 here's an.example of form 8949 it's organized much.like a spreadsheet with all the.essential information about each.investment you sold during the year the.capital gain or loss is reported for.each transaction then your total gains.or losses are figured you'll have either.a net profit or a net loss from all of.your trades.to complete the form to complete form.8949 you'll need the following.information for each sale each.transaction that you make a description.of the property the date you required.the investment or asset the date it was.sold the amount it was sold for a tax.basis or the cost and to help you with.these entries again form 1099 B is sent.by the asset broker now on the Schedule.D you'll see three sections part one for.short-term capital gains and losses part.two is what you use to report long term.capital gains and losses in part three.is the summary of both short and long.term gains and losses the calculations.flow from Schedule D part three and the.total amount transfers to the new.schedule 1 line 13.then to form 1040 page 2 line 6.so again go over the flow once more on.these transactions form 8949 flows to.Schedule D Schedule D flows to the new.schedule one schedule one flows to the.1040 so let's look at capital gains tax.rates when long-term capital gains are.included in total income then federal.taxes are calculated using the qualified.dividends and capital gains tax.worksheet not from the tax tables the.capital gains tax rate can be zero if.the taxpayer is in the ten or twelve.percent income tax brackets so let's.look at this gentleman's return Brady.Quinn's tax return and how to calculate.his income tax on his capital gains and.the rest of his earnings first we find.the taxable income from page two of form.1040 to use for the capital gains tax.worksheet there it is on line ten the.taxable income.we would look in the tax tables.ordinarily and see that the taxable.income on his amount the tax from the.tax tables is 38 83 filing head of.household.however the actual tax calculated on the.return from the capital gains tax.worksheet is much less 33 97 a.difference of 486 dollars well here's.why the qualified dividends and capital.gain tax worksheet takes us into account.if we look on line 26 of the worksheet.there's our tax that we saw from the tax.tables 3883 however because there's.capital gains on the tax return we use.the tax amount of 33 97.so again let's jump back for just a.moment remember our discussion of the.form 1099 div gets reported on line 3a.of the 1040 if a taxpayer has both a.form 1099 div and form 1099 B then any.capital gain distributions from the 1099.div box to a are added to the schedule D.transactions so just what are capital.gain distributions well capital gain.distributions are capital gains increase.in value of an asset that are passed on.to investment company shareholders how.do they work.example let's assume that the Acme.company's mutual fund invested well.during the year and they realized a.million dollars in net capital gains the.fund has 10 million shares outstanding.and you own a thousand of those shares.because you own point zero one percent.of the funds total shares you're.entitled to point zero one percent of.the net capital gains or $100 the.capital gain distributions are added to.line 13 in part two of Schedule D and.are taxed at the long-term capital gains.tax rate the reason behind all of this.to encourage investment.so what if I lose money on my capital.investments well for example David.macaroon sold 3000 shares of SRO stock.for $2,000 on March the 1st 2018 he.purchased the shares on January the.tenth of 2009 for $10,000 so he's got a.loss of $8,000 to report how does he.report this capital loss on his 2018 tax.return well page 2 of form 8949 lists.the long-term loss of $8,000 on the sale.of the SRO stock the loss transfers to.part two of Schedule D.and the macaroons can only claim $3,000.of the capital loss on their 2018 tax.return.so what happens to the rest well there's.a capital loss carry over for the next.tax year of $5,000 so first in talking.about the capital loss carryover rules.any capital loss that's not used in the.current year can be carried over.indefinitely to offset future capital.gains for example if you have ten.thousand dollars of capital loss after.using three thousand dollars to offset.ordinary income seven thousand dollars.will carry over to the next year to the.next tax return in that next year if you.have five thousand dollars of capital.gain you can use five thousand dollars.of that loss carryover to offset this.game and use the remaining two thousand.dollars to offset any ordinary income.second three thousand dollars of a.capital loss can be used to offset.ordinary income for example if you have.a ten thousand dollar capital loss and.no gains you can use three thousand.dollars of the capital loss to deduct.against ordinary income you're limited.three thousand dollars if your ordinary.income is $50,000 you get to deduct.three thousand dollars of capital loss.and so you'll only pay tax on forty.seven thousand dollars of ordinary.income third capital losses are used to.offset capital gains for example if you.have a ten thousand dollar capital loss.and a ten thousand dollar capital gain.they'll offset each other next on the.subject of non-business bad debts if.someone owes you money that you can't.collect you've got a bad debt you may be.able to deduct the amount owed to you.when you calculate your taxes for the.year that the debt becomes worthless.generally non-business bad debts.our bad debts that didn't come from.operating your trade or business and our.deductible as short-term capital losses.to be deductible non-business bad debts.must be totally worthless a death must.be genuine for you to deduct the loss a.debt is genuine if it arises from a.debtor-creditor relationship based on a.valid and enforceable obligation to.repay a fixed or determinable sum of.money to deduct a bad debt you must have.a basis in it that is you must have.already included the amount in your.income or loaned out your cash you take.a bad debt deduction in the year that.the debt becomes worthless a debt.becomes worthless when there is no.longer any chance that the amount owed.will be paid you must only show that.you've taken reasonable steps to collect.the debt how do you report bad debts you.deduct non-business.bad debts again as short-term capital.losses on form 8949 so in summary what's.a short-term holding period one year or.less taxed at regular income tax rates.what's long-term more than one year.long-term capital gains are taxed at a.lower rate than short-term capital gains.brokers report information about the.sale of stock on form 1099 B they should.report the cost or other basis and.whether or not the gain or loss is.short-term or long-term use form 8949.for reporting the details of capital.gains and losses short term transactions.go on form 8949 page 1 long term.transactions 8949 page 2 and the totals.transfer to Schedule D the most net.capital loss that a taxpayer can take in.a single taxi.his $3,000 or 1500 if married filing.separately and now let's take a look at.a few review questions.you.

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What is the difference between Form 8949 and Schedule D?

Both Schedule D and Form 8949 relate to reporting capital gains. Think of Form 8949 as a detailed itemization of gains from sales of capital assets, and Schedule D as a summary of all capital gains. The totals entered on Form 8949 are totaled and entered on Schedule D. (There are other forms that also contribute to Schedule D.) In the same way that the totals on Schedule D are copied to Form 1040. Most typical investors with mutual funds don’t need to use Form 8949; just write the totals for sales directly on Schedule D, lines 1a and 8a. You would use Form 8949 if: You received a 1099-B that said that your cost wasn’t reported to the IRS (typically, when you purchased the stock before 2011) You didn’t receive a 1099-B for a capital asset sale (like, if you made a profit selling a classic car or something) Your 1099-B has an incorrect basis, or requires other adjustment, like for a wash sale Maybe you just want to.

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