01/06/2021 (Wed) 08:19:14
are you talking stocks, real estate, what?
I mean, that doesn't sound unreasonable to me, if you inherit a stock that was bought for $10 and given to you with a value of $10,000 and the buyer/parent never paid a capital gains tax, isn't it fair that you pay that portion of it since it was never paid?
You're saying you think the capital gains tax should just....not apply because it was transferred to a descendent?>>81756
Yeah the latter sounds fair to me in this instance because the capital gains tax was never paid in the first place. Paying capital gains tax on the increase in value is fair unless it was already paid, which in this instance it would not have been.
I'm not seeing the issue here.>>81757
What the actual fuck are you saying? I want something for the betterment of society, but because I'm part of that society, my opinion is iNVaLid and SELfiSh? Dude you're actually a fucking retard or a troll, I can't even tell.