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Italian mother-in-law died but also had UK Bank account - bank wants UK Probate to move money

My mother-in-law was Italian citizen and lived in Italy (with Italian husband), she died last week. The problem is she also had a UK bank account (which was opened years ago and registered to our UK ...
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Best courses for Network marketting

Recently, I have been studying Robert Kiyosaki. He states that one of the best methods to prepare yourself in Bussiness is Network Marketing. How can I learn this skill? Is there any online course?
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Is it a scam if the person only wants to deposit into my account, not make a withdrawal?

A man in west coast Austria wants to deposit money into my account. I'm in Alabama I had to get a online account. I did that but he says his bank manger needs all this information: DOB ...
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1answer
16 views

What are institutional investors?

I'm new to the world of finance and I'm wondering if someone could give an explanation of what institutional investors are. Also, I am applying for a job at a company that provides services/software ...
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1answer
27 views

How much will I get from an early withdrawal from a 401k and Roth 401k with employee contributions after taxes and penalties?

I am planning to buy a house and want to maximize my cash available. In my 401k account, I have a distribution like this: (x+x1 gains)+(y+y1 gains)+(z+z1 gains) where x: 401k, y: roth 401k, z: ...
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1answer
17 views

Cheapest USD to GBP transfer [on hold]

I have recently returned from a year in the US and have my last month's paycheck sitting in my US bank account (which I have yet to close). I'd like to transfer most of it (say, $4500) into my UK bank ...
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432 views

Can value from labor provided to oneself be taxed?

I am considering taking time off from work in order to build a new home in which we would live. It would be my full time job for which no income stream would be generated and would be self financed. ...
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1answer
250 views

What fiscal scrutiny can be expect from the IRS in early retirement?

From Tim Ferriss to Mr. Money Mustache, fueled by contemporary prospects of making riches in technology and real estate, to name a few, one of the most popular subjects in the personal finance ...
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1answer
13 views

Taxes deducted for NRO account

Are there tax deductions while converting an existing SB a/c to a NRO a/c & also when remitting funds from the NRO a/c?
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1answer
16 views

How do I calculate yield-to-maturity (YTM) with a simple handheld calculator for semiannual payments?

what is the formula for YTM for semiannual payments using handheld calculator ?? how can i able to calculate yield to maturity for semiannual bond payments with handheld calculator
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47 views

Getting loans from Foreign banks

The interest on bank loans is 10% in India. Instead, is it possible to get loans from USA banks to India at 3.3-4% for a project ? Is this what is called hedging or hedge funds ?
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1answer
63 views

Dummy Buy - Shares

Trying to understand the basic of buying and selling shares, doing this by reading online lit and just came across this in an online forum; "Two identical buys just went through back-to-back. Anyone ...
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4answers
504 views

Buying a building with two flats, can I rent one out and still get a residential mortgage?

I'm looking to buy a house (first time buyer) and I've seen an interesting property that is currently a (empty) retail space on the ground floor, and the above space is a self-contained flat (which is ...
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1answer
18 views

If bank can give less home loan than PAL offered based on my credibility

I have applied PAL (Pre approved home loan ) for a bank. Bank have approved the amount what I needed. When I confirmed with them, they assured they have check my cibil and credibility before approving ...
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1answer
12 views

Transfer from NRE account to a local Indian account is it taxable

This may sound like a repeated question yet I would like to be sure on the answer. I am currently working in US. I do occasional transfer from my US account to my Indian NRE account (ICICI Bank) ...
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1answer
32 views

How do investments on projects work

I am a newbie with loans and investments. I really want to know the difference between loans and investments on a project. I have a solar project for which I am looking for investments. I heard that ...
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1answer
71 views

Saving when saving is really hard

I read the article of saving, and i like the answer but it miss some points.e.g if i earn 1700 and have a baby on way. I am still living with my in laws as i am new in this country. So in my estimate, ...
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1answer
82 views

Are traditional IRAs worse than taxable brokerage accounts at high incomes?

Brokerage accounts are seen as relatively tax-inefficient, since you invest with post-tax dollars, and growth is taxed upon realizing gains. The traditional IRA allows you to deduct contributions and ...
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2answers
154 views

Buying my first car: why financing is cheaper than paying cash here and now?

I'm buying my first car and I'm a bit puzzled. Here you can see price for 2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE (archived). You can see that MSRP is $34,435, but the dealer is making discount of $8,609, so ...
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6answers
5k views

Why would my job recruiter want me to form an LLC?

What are the benefits of forming an LLC when contracting for a high-paying job? My recruiter is asking me to do some tax things that I don't really understand. He's also a bit of a snake so I am ...
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0answers
13 views

Is Superannuation fund held in Australia, taxed in India for Australian national residing in India?

If a person is an Australian national, residing in India (OCI) for past 3-4 years. Has a Superannuation Fund in Australia (Equivalent of a PF in India). This Super Fund was created when the person ...
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1answer
41 views

Last trade is bought? or sold?

Does anyone know if lasttradesize(lasttradeAmount) is bought or sold? I'm using yahoo finance API and it has an attribute of lasttradesize, so Im wondering if it means shares were sold or bought? ...
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2answers
52 views

Recently quit job to start a limited company, registering as self employed?

I recently quit my job to start a limited company. I don't expect to make any money or pay myself anything for probably at least 4-6 months, so do I need to register myself as self-employed and the ...
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1answer
22 views

CitiBank or HSBC account in India but use funds in America

I have some money in India that I plan to transfer to an international bank such as Citi or HSBC. Once the money is in the account, can I use those funds in America? Are there any tax liabilities in ...
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3answers
172 views

Questioning my Realtor

I received an offer on my home but it was 30,000.00 under asking price. I countered back with a price that was 6,000.00 under asking price. The people who placed the offer are only financing 1/2 with ...
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48 views

If our economy crashes, and cash is worthless, should i buy gold or silver [on hold]

If cash is worthless, should i have bought gold or silver when cash was worth something?
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1answer
25 views

Wash sales and year end tax implications

Say I buy stock X on Monday, sell it on Tuesday for a $200 profit, buy it back on Wednesday, then sell it on Thursday for a $100 loss. The next week, I buy it again on Monday and sell it for another ...
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1answer
112 views

Is bad for a person's 'financial reputation' to have transactions to lottery sites on his/her bank statement?

I want to buy a UK National Lottery ticket using my debit card but I don't want my bank to hold this against me - I don't want to ruin my credit report. Am I right to worry about this?
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25 views

If a citizen of UK is sending money from a US bank to an Indian what is the amount that citizen of UK and India has to pay to the government/bank? [on hold]

The banks of both the countries i.e., India and US took some amount from us and still the bank in India has demanded for more money to complete the money transferring process.How much amount is the ...
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2answers
54 views

Banking Advice for my new Job

I am moving to UAE for my new job soon from India. This is my first job as well. My Employer asked me to send my Banking Details. So what kind of account should I start, where should I start, and what ...
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64 views

What is the tax impact of my my parents in England lending me money to pay for my daughters college?

My parents want to lend me money to help pay for my daughter college. how does this impact me in regards to taxes
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2answers
74 views

How can I pay a credit card bill for a company that doesn't provide an automatic payment service?

Credo Credit Cards do not offer an automatic payment feature is there a way I can automatically pay the monthly statement automatically? I checked mint.com's billpay and they only list credo mobile.
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2answers
83 views

Are tax-free investments still tax free when taking distributions?

If you read the 'Power of Zero', he talks about putting tax free investments into your traditional IRA. That way, you won't incur any taxes when you take distributions. Maybe I misunderstood what he ...
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3answers
791 views

Missing opportunity cost of mortgage prepayment

What other opportunity costs of paying off a mortgage early might I be missing? I am in year 2 of a 15 year mortgage at 2.875% with no other consumer debt. I have a 8 month emergency fund, maxing out ...
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1answer
60 views

Growing Annuity - How do I find the growth rate of a growing annuity?

I need help understanding the solution given for this problem. Some alternate ways to do the problem would be helpful as well. I need to find the growth rate of a growing annuity. Problem: Assume ...
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2answers
66 views

Do Options take Dividend into account?

Suppose I own a contract with a market lot of 100 shares in company A and company A goes ex-dividend during the validity of the contract. That means, that theoretically the price of company A will ...
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2answers
55 views

Can I register for VAT to claim back VAT without selling VAT applicable goods? (UK)

I do not sell any goods that are chargeable for VAT. I am not currently registered for VAT. I know that you cannot claim VAT refunds without being registered for VAT, and charging it on applicable ...
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2answers
61 views

What is the the most profitable way of transferring euro to usd in the states?

What is the the most profitable way of transferring euro to usd in the states. First answer it by bank transfer. I guess there would be a lot of fees. Another way i guess is through bitcoin since it ...
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0answers
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New super account does not show up on Tax office info

I have an old super with a fund which we will call FOO, I was generally dissatisfied with their performance and service, so when I started a new job, I change to their preferred super-annuation ...
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3answers
32 views

Will moving shortly before applying for an auto loan have an adverse effect?

I am planning to apply for an auto loan to purchase a car in the next couple months, but checking out the process for prequalification, I noticed that a common question asked is length of time at my ...
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2answers
1k views

Mortgages: What is the terminology for how much I own and how much I still owe?

I'm looking for the terminology related to my home mortgage. The word or phrase for how much of my house I own. The word or phrase for how much I still owe. For example, suppose I bought a $500K ...
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43 views

How to be exempt from backup withholdings

I have dual citizenship -- US and other -- and I'm living abroad. What form do I fill out so the paying company will not take out backup withholdings?
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1answer
32 views

How to report a personal expense for an LLC partnership paid in one year and reimbursed in another?

My business partner and I have a very small partnership LLC. This is my first year filing IRS tax forms for the LLC. In late 2014 I made a $30 purchase (from my personal money) on behalf of the LLC. ...
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1answer
23 views

UK National Insurance deduction as income tax in NZ

I understand as a New Zealand tax resident I am required to declare my worldwide income and the tax I pay on this income back in NZ each year when I do my tax return. However I am wondering what the ...
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0answers
15 views

Non resident working for a UK company from abroad and receiving on UK account - taxable?

I have been living in UK for 1 year and working for an UK company for the past months. Then my visa expired and I returned to my home in Brazil. However me and that company intend to keep me working ...
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1answer
89 views

Tangerine's Android app asked me something about noting my location. What did it ask, and what did I agree to?

I live in Canada. I use Tangerine (formerly ING Direct). Tangerine is the "direct banking" division of Scotiabank. The upside of using Tangerine is that it charges no monthly fees. The downside is ...
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1answer
135 views

Is a public company allowed to issue new shares below market price without consulting shareholders?

A small public company I own shares in recently advised the market it has completed a share issue to raise money. The new shares were priced significantly below the current market price and there was ...
2
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4answers
251 views

If a stock has only buyers and no sellers how does its price go up?

I have been watching a stock for the past month. Nobody has been selling it, but every day the price has increased. If there are no sellers, it means there is no trading happening, so how can the ...
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3answers
744 views

Are debit cards and “open loop” gift cards accepted everywhere that credit cards are?

In U.S., a debit card or an "open loop" gift card will normally have a Visa or MasterCard logo on it, and the card can be used in "credit" mode. Does that mean that such a debit card or gift card can ...
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57 views

stock earning history and dates [on hold]

I want to get quarterly earning dates for multiple stocks. I am looking at last 10 quarters. I also want stock prizes immediately before and after quarterly earning dates for those stocks. I would ...

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