Capital loss that cannot be realized over a tax year and can only be carried forward. Because of passive activity limitations, the losses are suspended until these can be netted against passive income in the following tax year.
Qualified opinions are done by professional auditors. These are written statements upon the front page of an audit.
IRS Publication 910
A document that gives information on the free resources the agency offers. Published by the Internal Revenue Services (IRS), it identifies many of ...
SEC Form N-8F
SEC Form N-8F is also referred to as the Application for Deregistration of certain Registered Investment Companies. This means SEC Form N-8F is a f ...
Self-employed taxpayer that renders some services to a second party called principal or a third party on behalf of the client. This individual regu ...
A theoretical trading environment where all costs and restraints associated with transactions are non-existent.
Financial Advisors Shift to Subscription Model
Financial advisory companies use an assets under management (AUM) model to levy fees to their clients. The structure gauges the success of assets r ...
Which is Better: ETFs or Mutual Funds?
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are relatively new investment instrument. Mutual funds are considered one of the oldest investments in financial marke ...
Dig Through a New Stock in 10 Steps
Step 1 – Company’s Capitalization Market capitalization speaks a lot on its stock’s volatility, broadness of o ...
A Brief Background on Wells Fargo’s Subsidiary
Wells Capital Management is among the biggest financial institutions globally and has been operating for a ten years now. It is comprised of invest ...
The One Expense that Derails Retirement
This one expense has its own way of derailing a person’s retirement plan: mortgage debt. Most financial advisors o ...
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Buying a Home: Getting Pre-Approved for a Mortgage
You have determined the amount needed to buy the home of your dreams. Now, figure out the amount a bank can lend you. The rationale behind this is ...
A Guide to Income Tax: Overlooked Credits and Cuts
The US tax code changes from time to time, and majority of taxpayers cannot name at least three of the most common deductible expenditures. On that ...
Introduction to Inflation
I asked my grandparents about the cost of living during World War II. They told me people during that period could buy a house for $5,000, a car fo ...
Digesting Financial Statements: Long-Lasting Liabilities
Long-lived liabilities refer to obligations which are due more than a year. Some examples of long-term debt include convertible bond and capital le ...
Inflation is the sustained increase in the overall level of products and services in an economy over a particular time period. Expressed as percent ...
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