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He outlines a new system in which capital gains are taxed every year, even if they have not yet been realized.
That would force investors to determine the fair value of their tradable assets annually: Gains would be taxed at ordinary income rates, and investors could take a deduction for any losses.
Wyden does not specify what the new combined tax rates for ordinary income and capital gains would be.
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