CNBC: Here’s how much you can make and still pay 0% in capital gains taxes

Judson Meinhart was quoted in CNBC's recent article about capital gains taxes.

“There may still be ways to lower taxable income enough to fall within the 0% bracket, such as making individual retirement account contributions or deposits to health savings accounts.

However, there are other opportunity costs to consider, said Judson Meinhart, CFP and manager of financial planning at Parsec Financial in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

‘All of these moves are great to reduce current income and potentially realize capital gains in the 0% bracket,” he said. “But it limits your ability to pay taxes on income at today’s historically low rates.’”

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