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Introduction to Tax Loss Harvesting

One benefit of a taxable investing account is that you can take advantage of tax loss harvesting. Nobody likes to own a losing investment. It can be difficult to convince yourself to sell it because of the sunk cost fallacy. You have to admit that you’ve made a mistake and didn’t have the ability to […] The post Introduction to Tax Loss Harvesting appeared first on The Biglaw Investor.
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