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Modellierung von Aktienanlagen bei laufenden Umschichtungen und einer Besteuerung von Veräußerungsgewinnen

  • Fochmann, Martin
  • Rumpf, Dominik
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    Dieser Beitrag entwickelt ein Verfahren, das die Komplexität der Endvermögensberechnung von Aktienanlagen unter Berücksichtigung der Besteuerung und regelmäßiger Portfolioumschichtung erheblich reduziert. Bisher ist eine vergleichbar präzise Berechnung wegen rekursiver Abhängigkeiten sehr aufwändig. Die Belastungswirkungen verschiedener Besteuerungsverfahren von Aktienanlagen sind unter der Verwendung des hergeleiteten Verfahrens nun einfacher bestimmbar, sogar dann, wenn sie sich im Zeitpunkt des Steuerzugriffs unterscheiden (Aktienfonds, Zertifikate, Riester-Rente). Diese Vereinfachung wird erreicht, indem ein bestimmtes Umschichtungsverhalten angenommen wird. Dieses Umschichtungsverhalten stimmt mit dem Verhaltensmuster überein, dass der Investor zwar vor der steuerwirksamen Aufdeckung von Kurssteigerungen zurückschreckt, jedoch auch einen Anreiz hat, laufend Umschichtungen im Portfolio vorzunehmen, obwohl dies negative steuerliche Konsequenzen hervorruft.

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