Taxes play an integral role in trading success, yet no book today clearly and adequately explains the tax issues that are unique to active traders and investors. The Tax Guide for Traders provides traders with practical material on how to minimize the impact taxes have on their hard-won profits.
Written in a hands-on style that appeals to traders as opposed to accountants, it discusses the best ways to set up a trading business, key tax forms and how to use them, tax treatment for specific types of securities, what to do in case of an audit, and much more.
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Robert A. Green, C.P.A. is the CEO of GreenTraderTax.com, which specializes in tax information and services for traders, investors, and the financial industry.
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION Why You Need This Book
CHAPTER 1 Are You a Business Trader?
CHAPTER 2 Mark-to-Market Accounting
CHAPTER 3 Entities for Traders
CHAPTER 4 Retirement Plans
CHAPTER 5 Commodities, Securities, and Currencies
CHAPTER 6 Accounting
CHAPTER 7 Tax Planning for Traders
CHAPTER 8 Extensions
CHAPTER 9 Proprietary Trading
CHAPTER 10 IRS Exams
CHAPTER 11 Tax Law Changes for Traders
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