Strategic Tax Planning

Discover the benefits of strategic tax planning and how it can save you money.

Tax Harvesting

Tax harvesting is a strategy that involves selling investments at a loss to offset capital gains and reduce tax liability. By strategically harvesting losses, investors can minimize their tax obligations and potentially increase their after-tax returns.

Implementing Tax Harvesting Strategies for Client Benefits

At Newbridge, we understand the importance of tax harvesting and how it can significantly impact your investment returns. Our team of experts carefully analyzes your portfolio to identify opportunities for tax-efficient investing. By strategically selling securities that have experienced losses and replacing them with similar investments, we aim to minimize your tax liability while maintaining your investment objectives.

Maximize Your Wealth Growth with Effective Tax Harvesting Techniques

Discover how tax harvesting can have a long-term impact on your wealth growth. Our expert team will guide you through the process and help you optimize your investment strategy.


Reduce tax liabilities through strategic investment decisions.

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Increase your after-tax investment returns with smart tax planning.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to common questions about tax harvesting, a strategy used to minimize tax liabilities and maximize investment returns.

What is tax harvesting?

Tax harvesting is a strategy where investors sell securities that have experienced losses to offset capital gains and minimize their tax liability. By strategically selling investments at a loss, investors can reduce their overall tax burden while maintaining their desired asset allocation.

Is it legal?

Yes, tax harvesting is a legal strategy used by investors to minimize their tax liability. However, it is important to consult with a tax professional or financial advisor to ensure that you are following all applicable tax laws and regulations.

Who can benefit?

Tax harvesting can benefit investors who have taxable investment accounts and capital gains. It is particularly useful for high-income individuals who are subject to higher tax rates. However, it is important to consider your individual financial situation and consult with a financial advisor to determine if tax harvesting is appropriate for you.

Are there risks?

While tax harvesting can provide tax benefits, it is not without risks. Selling investments at a loss may result in missed market opportunities if the sold securities subsequently increase in value. Additionally, there may be transaction costs associated with selling and buying securities. It is important to weigh the potential tax benefits against these risks and consult with a financial advisor.

How to get started?

To get started with tax harvesting, you should consult with a financial advisor who can help you assess your tax situation and develop a tax-efficient investment strategy. They will guide you through the process of identifying suitable securities for tax harvesting and executing the necessary transactions.

Can I do tax harvesting myself?

While it is possible to do tax harvesting yourself, it is recommended to work with a financial advisor or tax professional who has expertise in tax planning and investment strategies. They can help ensure that you are maximizing your tax benefits and making informed decisions.

What are the potential tax benefits?

The potential tax benefits of tax harvesting include reducing your taxable income, minimizing capital gains taxes, and potentially offsetting gains with losses. By implementing a tax-efficient investment strategy, you can potentially increase your after-tax returns and preserve more of your investment gains.

Can tax harvesting be done in retirement accounts?

Tax harvesting can be done in taxable investment accounts, but it is not applicable to retirement accounts such as IRAs or 401(k)s. These accounts offer tax advantages, and tax harvesting is not necessary or beneficial within them.

What is the cost of tax harvesting?

The cost of tax harvesting can vary depending on the specific investments and transactions involved. There may be transaction costs, such as brokerage fees, associated with selling and buying securities. It is important to consider these costs and weigh them against the potential tax benefits.

Is tax harvesting right for me?

Whether tax harvesting is right for you depends on your individual financial situation, investment goals, and tax circumstances. It is recommended to consult with a financial advisor or tax professional who can assess your specific needs and help you make an informed decision.

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