Tax deferral is another option. This involves investing profits in a new tax year. It gives you more time to let your investments grow in value, but it will also delay taxes until earnings reach a threshold.
Finally, there is also the option of investing in an IRA (Individual Retirement Account) which provides access to many different types of investments while allowing for tax-deferred growth so that earnings can accumulate without having to pay taxes until withdrawal – usually at retirement age. Depending on the income level, and many other factors may also be taken into account when calculating current tax. This means less money is paid today.
Overall each scenario has its own set of benefits and drawbacks so it’s important to weigh them carefully before making any decisions. Financial advisors can offer additional insights into the decision-making process, as they have a better understanding of specific tax laws and regulations.