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International Inheritance via Trust

My mother is an American citizen living in California - she has had dementia for many years and is legally incompetent to manage her money, but before she was ruled incompetent she put me on as a ...
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Moving savings to Canada?

Would it be feasible to move my savings to Canada? Would this be a good way to avoid losses associated with another US banking crisis? (assumption is Canadian banks will weather a crisis better than ...
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Is there a term for people who manage the money of dual citizens?

I'm a dual citizen of the United States and Canada. I'm afraid to invest in anything because the tax treaties and laws between the two countries make everything too complicated for me to follow. Even ...
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What Canadian tax is payable on money received (gifted) from a relative in another country?

I have a Canadian and German passport, but I have lived in Canada for 15 years. My grandpa, in Germany, had opened a certain savings account for me from which I will recieve a lot of money from in ...
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When spending parts of a year working in the US, and other parts working in Canada, where do I file my taxes?

I worked both in the US and Canada last year, while being resident in only one country. Am I required to report all of my income from both countries to both governments, or is there some rule or ...
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USA to Canada emigration and income tax

From January to August 2010 I worked in the USA and then I moved to Canada where I'm a student. Do I file an income tax return in Canada, USA or both? (If Canada, how do I get all of the deductions ...
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Which international credit card would fit my requirements?

I am currently looking at getting a credit card for myself. However, as per this question, I would like to get a credit card from an international bank / credit provider so that when I move countries ...