A quick and, hopefully easy, question. Probably the most difficult part is for me to word it so it is easily understood. If I were to have $100K of long term cap gains in a typical year and decided to do some part time work would the wages from this work be taxed starting at 28% (married filing jointly) or would they push up the starting tax rate on the capital gains? In other words, when you stack up the total, do you start with income or with cap gains? Now that I have that straight, were do I stack (add in) dividends and interest?Thank you for your time and consideration. Regards, pmcw
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