10 ways the 'fiscal cliff' fix affects you
Capital Gains »9 of 10 «
Ron Edmonds, Associated Press
Before President George W. Bush, wealthy households were taxed 20 percent on capital gains, which was up from 15 percent. With President Obama’s health care reform, the top federal tax on long-term capital gains will be 23.8 percent.
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