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Stock dividends are taxed either as ordinary income or according to special qualified dividend rates that are lower than those for ordinary income, according to Wells Fargo Advisors. Companies report dividend payments to... More »

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The tax rate on dividends for 2015 is either 0, 15 or 20 percent depending on the tax bracket of the individual. Dividends are taxed at the same rate as long-term capital gains. More »

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For 2014, the tax rate on qualified dividends was between 0 and 20 percent, the same rate as long-term capital gains, reports the Internal Revenue Service. The government taxed nonqualified dividends at the taxpayer’s no... More »

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The tax rate on dividends for 2015 is either 0, 15 or 20 percent depending on the tax bracket of the individual. Dividends are taxed at the same rate as long-term capital gains. More »

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The Social Security tax rate for 2015 is 6.20 percent. This is the same tax rate that was used in 2014. The maximum taxable income was increased from $117,000 to $118,500, which means that the total maximum Social Securi... More »

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As of 2015, the Goods and Services Tax, or GST tax, rate is 5 percent for British Columbia, notes the Canada Revenue Agency. A provincial sales tax used to also apply to purchases in the province, and its removal lowered... More »

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The sales tax rate in Colorado as of July 2015 is 2.9 percent. Many localities charge sales tax in addition to the state sales tax, so sales tax can range from 2.9 to 10.4 percent in Colorado. More »

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