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Can I claim a full tax deduction in India of the entire amount withheld from my U.S.-source income?

I am an Indian citizen resident in India. Say I earn $1000 from a US source. They withhold 30% since I haven't provided an ITIN in my W8ben. So I get $700 in hand. I understand that I have to report ...
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Double-Taxation of Royalties paid for in Korea to a US Company

A Korean-based company is paying royalties to my company base in the US. The US-Korea Tax Treaty has set the Korean income tax rate at 15% for these. In addition, I pay a 10% local income Korean tax ...
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100% Contribution to 401K / Payroll Taxes

This is actually a followup question to a previous post: Tax implications for a 100% 401k contribution limit I mistakenly posted it there first as an answer. I'm new here ... Sorry! My question ...
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W-4 Allowances - IRS Calculator

I am currently utilizing the IRS Withholding Calculator to figure out what my allowances should be (note: NOT exemptions). My current situation: First half of year up to June 30, I earned 11,700. The ...
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Tax withholding on ESPP discount

I recently enrolled in my company's employee stock purchase plan (ESPP) with the maximum-allowed 10% of my salary. I get the stock at a 15% discount relative to the purchase date (no look-back ...
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Is it a good idea to increase W4 allowance claim in order to fully fund 401k?

My company matches my 401k contributions, up to a limit, 6%. I don't currently contribute the max, but I would like to start. I know when I increase the W4 allowances, my take-home pay goes up, and ...
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Can I just file a 1040-ES?

I got married last year, and made some reasonable estimates of what my taxes would look like in 2012, the first full year of being married. However, a few things have changed and some of the ...
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Lower withholding based on my calculations. How to get employer to change withheld amount?

My employer will withhold taxes from my paycheck as if I have been working at a particular salary range all year. Basically: pay period = (base salary / 2080 hours) * 80, and taking all taxes as a ...
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$65000/year or $2500 every two weeks: If I claim 3 exemptions instead of zero, how much would my take home pay be?

I live in Pennsylvania. They take out about $750 per paycheck as of right now. I recently changed the allowances that I had from 0 to 3. It had no effect whatsoever on my take home pay. And I had ...
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What is the best way to calculate the optimal tax withholding from my paycheck?

My tax refund for this past year (United States) was much higher than I would have liked it to have been. I'm single and have no dependents. My tax refund was about 4% of my salary. Is that normal? ...
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W4 withholding for “Married filing joint” filing seems higher? Why?

My husband took a new job recently and is making 125K in salary in California. I make 65K. When we were filling his W4 (married filing joint), the additional withholding on his W4 came to 'additional ...
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How do I calculate net monthly salary (after taxes) in Germany?

If I were to say that my yearly, gross salary was 50,000 euros, then what would be my monthly net after-tax income? For example, this calculator looks OK to me: ...
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Lower my tax withholding liability and increasing my net worth

My goal here is to optimize my net worth, not cash on hand. With the understanding that higher net worth makes access to capital easier. So tax deferred options are appealing to me, as long as I can ...
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Understanding federal tax withholding on my pay stub?

Because I am a masochist and want my pay stubs in a spreadsheet format on my computer I am looking into the formulas used to calculate federal income tax. I read over IRS Publication 15 Circular E and ...