Diane Pearson recently met with a client who was upset about the amount of taxes he had paid on investment gains in 2013.
“He wanted to know why his stock funds, which reported substantial taxable gains, were held in his taxable account,” says Pearson, personal CFO with Legend Financial Advisors in Pittsburgh.
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