Long Term Capital Gains Tax Rates

Long Term Capital Gains Tax Rates For Most Accredited Investors (1)

Element Rate
Federal (2) 15-20%
State 0-10.3%
Depreciation Recapture 25% of Depreciation Claimed
Medical Surtax 3.80%

1. These rates be differ among the various tax brackets and/or income brackets

2. Taxpayers in the 10% and 15% tax brackets pay no Federal Capital Gains tax. This table is roughly accurate, but not a full representation of the tax code. It is simplified to demonstrate general concepts. To understand your specific situation, please consult with your tax advisor.

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