Call it a genuine “first world problem”… You’ve managed your career, or your stock buying decisions perfectly and you’re the proud owner of a very large investment position… If you decide to sell it, there will be a very large tax bill, right? As you might guess, there are a variety of ways to manage this situation. Jeff and I discuss this on today’s podcast.
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