Question

Ronnie owns 600 shares of a stock mutual fund. This year he received dividend distributions of 60 stock mutual fund shares ($61 per share) and long-term capital gain distributions of 38 stock mutual fund shares (also $61 per share). What are the tax consequences of Ronnie's stock mutual fund ownership if he is in a 28% marginal tax bracket?

Answer #1

**So total tax that is levied on the total gain from MF is
$896.7**

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When you buy some stock or mutual fund and you hold it for more than a year, then any gain you receive on the investment is called long term capital gain, tax is levied on this gain.

A person who is in 28% tax bracket, will be levied 15 % tax on the gain

So tax = (Long term capital gain + Dividend) * .15

= [(60 + 38) * 61] * 15

= 896.7

*Hope this answer your query.*

*Feel free to comment if you need further
assistance.**J*

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