Downloadable—Tax Treatment of Commodity
Futures and Futures Options e-Booklet
by Ted Tesser, CPA; Marc Sloane, CPA; and Mark Press, Esq.
What futures broker or trader can do without knowing
something about the tax laws affecting futures and futures options? Better still, who can go without a tax strategy these days? This new edition not only discusses the tax laws but gives you Ted's latest strategy for slashing your tax bill.
Topics covered in this booklet:
- A New Breed of Investor —Dealer, Investor, Trader, Hedger
- Capital Gain or Loss Rules
- Determining Net Capital Gain or Loss
- Tax Treatment of Capital Losses, Capital Loss Carry-overs,
Dividends, Section 1256 Contracts, Carry-overs of Section 1256 Losses, and Characterization of Carry-Back Losses
- Mark-to-Market Provisions
- Wash Sale and Short Sale Rules
- Short Sales of Property which becomes Substantially Worthless—Section 1233
- The Ultimate Strategy for Tax Reduction including:
- The Business
- How to Choose the Proper Entity
- Structures to Reduce, Defer, and Avoid Payment of Taxes
- Key Legal Cases regarding Trader Status
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