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Distribution of Asset Holdings and Capital Gains
Keith Hall (ad); Thomas A. Barthold (ad)
In 2010, more than 70% of families directly owned property designated under the Internal Revenue Code as capital assets -- that is, assets that can be sold and that typically generate taxable capital gains or deductible losses when sold. These included homes, other real estate, privately owned businesses, stocks, corporate and government bonds, and mutual funds; those assets had a combined worth of $50 trillion. An additional $20 trillion of other family assets includes such things as defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans and balances in savings and checking accounts. This report examines the distribution of capital assets and net capital gains and losses in 2010 by type of asset and by the income and age of the asset holder. It focuses on 2010 because it is the most recent year for which information was available from all three of the data sets that were used. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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