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Ask a Fool: Can I Sell a Losing Stock, Deduct the Losses, and Then Buy It Back?
Q: I own a stock that's worth a lot less than I paid. I could use a tax deduction for the losses, but I still believe in the long-term value of the stock. Can I sell it, write off the loss, and then b... read more
Ask a Fool: Should I Pay Off Debt or Invest?
If the APR or interest rate you're paying on a particular type of debt is greater than the long-term returns you can realistically expect to get ... Over the long run, the annualized return of the ove... read more
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If you're planning to sell a stock you've held for 11 months, consider whether it makes sense to hang on for another month and a day. Would you believe there's a bit of an upside to capital losses? We... read more
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