I was thinking of investing some of my daugther college savings in the stock market. Mutual funds have yearly capital gains associated with them.I guess the answer would depend on what type of account will this be. Will it be in your name or hers (UGMA or UTMA), a type of IRA (Roth, Traditional, Educational).Does she pay the same longterm capital gains tax that I would if I invested it in my nameThat depends on your tax bracket. The tax rate could be as low as 10%. There was a recent thread that may provide some answers for you here:http://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?mid=13233732HTHBmF
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