Orexco provides access to capital gains calculators on its website. The four available calculators compute net adjusted basis, capital gains, capital gain tax due and after-tax equity.
One calculator finds net adjusted basis by adding the original purchase price and improvements on an investment, and then subtracting any depreciation, shows Orexco. To compute capital gain, another calculator starts with the sales price of an investment and subtracts the net adjusted basis and any fees. For taxes due on capital gains, the calculator adds recaptured depreciation, the federal capital gain rate, the applicable state capital gain rate and the tax rate. For after-tax equity, the calculator subtracts the costs of sale and the loan balance from the sales price of the investment to find the gross equity. The gross equity is then reduced by the capital gains taxes due to provide the after-tax equity.