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Export purchase authorization date and time

Checked Amex and Chase, both seem to only export the date of purchase. I'm interested in a credit or debit card that allows me to export transaction log with the exact time the purchase was authorized ...
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“Occupation” field on IRS Form 1040

At the bottom of IRS Form 1040 and its relatives, there is a field for "Occupation". I can think of a lot of different words I could use to describe my occupation. Are there any requirements or ...
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Dividends reinvested in a 401k or Coverdell ESA show up on 1099-DIV?

In the USA, I know that dividends reinvested within a 401k, IRA, 529, or Coverdell ESA are not taxable (initially). I was surprised to see them show up on a 1099-DIV form this year from my investment ...
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Non-U.S. Citizen Backpacker Working Remotely for U.S. Company

I've worked full-time in the United States for a software development company with a F-1 Visa (OPT). Now, I am going to be traveling and working remotely for that company. Facts: I am not a U.S. ...
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Joint bank account and taxes in UK

I am working full time in UK and don't have any other jobs or money sources except this full time job. I have a bank account in HSBC UK. My wife is going to register as self employed (freelancer) here ...
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ESPP cost bases for 2014 taxes

I participated in a qualified employee stock purchase plan (ESPP) and I'm trying to figure out the cost basis of my stock for tax purposes. When I enrolled for the ESPP the stock price was $29.44, ...
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Taxes on gifting a home to a son?

My father owns a property (approx. value $175000) he owes $60000. He wants to gift the property to me. 1. Can I pay (or give him the money to pay) the remainder of the mortgage and have him gift the ...
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1040NR-EZ: Previous year's paid state tax & Itemized deductions

I am a using the online-tax software (Glacier) to generate my 1040NR-EZ or 1040NR form, and have paid a state tax in the previous year tax return. For this year's return, I am unsure whether I should ...
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Tax implications for receiving a car as compensation for work

For a few months in 2014, I was working with an early stage start up and they weren't able to compensate me in any way except the promise of equity when we started. A month in to my tenure with them, ...
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Tuition from tax deduction

I paid $2714.00 tuition for my son in 2014. But my company reimbursed me 100%. Should I skip the tuition part? My initial thought was to ignore it, but I did purchase a lot textbooks. So I have to ...
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Basic Roth IRA Tax Understanding

I understand that a Roth IRA offers the benefit of paying taxes up front so that when the investor withdrawals the money at retirement, the funds won't be taxed. My confusion is that I have yet to ...
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Questions related to leave travel allowance

I am aware that one can claim tax reimbursement on expenses incurred on travelling within India during a personal leave. Although, I find this concept very confusing. I already understand the ...
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Income tax implications in India: sending money to ordinary OWN saving bank account

Could someone help on following: Please consider I am on work permit In EU and have not worked a single day in Inida in entire financial year Would I have to pay income tax other then TDS on ...
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How can I ensure that a CD sold by a brokerage is FDIC protected?

I was told by my broker that the amount of money I invest would be spread across multiple banks (which are FDIC insured) so that at each bank the amount would not exceed $250K. Is this how CDs offered ...
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Credit card with no card holder names on it

I am interested in creating a credit/debit card for online use which in no way references my real names and etc. I need to use, for say, pay some website hosting and not expose my credit card printed ...
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Market Value vs Book Value of investments

I understand the concept of market value and book value of investments. But how does one calculate the book value? | Date | Share purchased | Cost per share || Book Value | Market Value | | Jan 1 ...
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Filling in Form 8802

I live in the United States. I will be working in Korea this summer (2015) for a month. I am on a J1 visa currently. I arrived in June 2013. For tax returns for 2013 and 2014 I submitted forms ...
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Do I have to pay the healthcare penalty if I work online in United States but live overseas? [closed]

I work part time online. Do I have to pay healthcare penalty?
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What is a Lower Penthouse?

I recently saw a Real Estate listing which curiously boasted that the unit was A lovely and spacious lower penthouse I always thought a penthouse meant the top floor, therefore one penthouse floor ...
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1answer
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Why gamma scalping is not advised for retail traders with reg T margin

I am trying to understand gamma scalping Why does the author say: Only traders who are very well capitalized, very knowledgeable and experienced, and who have retail portfolio margining should ...
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1answer
42 views

Are bonds taxed every year or only at maturity

If I buy a bond that matures in 2 years, do i pay taxes only when i get my principal and interest back at maturity? Or do i pay some taxes on year1 and rest on year2?
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Max IRA contributions and expensive 401(k) plan with no match. Where else to invest?

This question appears to be related. My company has a 401(k) with high expense ratios (I recall 0.84% for an S&P 500 index, but I'd have to double-check) and no company match, so I opted to open ...
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1answer
59 views

Extend warranty on current car or trade in for new cheaper car?

Three years ago I bought a new Mercedes GLK350 for $45,000. It gets about 19 MPG on average. It now has 49K miles on it, and the original warranty is ending. I have the option to purchase an ...
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When a bond is called back by issuer, do i still get the interest, or only the principal back

If i buy a one year callable bond at par, with yield to maturity = 3%, and if the bond gets called after a month, then do i still get approx 3%/4= 0.75% interest when the bond is called back? Or can ...
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I withdrew cash from U.S. ATM (not U.S. bank card) and put it into U.S. bank. Is it taxable income?

I'm filling tax return forms 1040NR-EZ, 540NR-short for non-resident (I was exchange visitor in U.S.). When I was in U.S., I withdrew cash from an ATM using a card from an account of mine at a non-US ...
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Comparing historical performance of different accounts

I have several different investment accounts, and I'm trying to compare the historical performance between them. Some of the accounts are easy: I have a couple of different accounts that are invested ...
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36 views

Tax Exemption on Home loan on property on Father's name in INDIA

We have an independent house registered on my father's name. I took a loan for construction of first floor. The bank has granted the loan after submission of documents and verifications. My father is ...
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How does shorting ETFs work? What are the costs and tax implications?

If I short an ETF stock, how does it work from the cost and tax perspective? Do I get charged ETF expense ratio? (does not make sense to me) If underlying stocks issue dividends, am I charged them? ...
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Why I cannot find a “Pure Cash” option in 401k investments?

I am of an opinion that I should decide where my money should get invested and if it should get invested at all or not. When I looked at the investment options I have with my 401k money, I figured ...
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Income tax India change of form for defective return

I have filed a Income tax return with ITR4 and received a communication about defective return asking to fill balance sheet and profit and loss account. I think I can file ITR1 or ITR2 instead of the ...
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Value of a collateralized asset

I own a duplex and a business I am a part of wants to purchase more property. In order for the business I am involved in to get the loan needed I was given the option to put up my duplex as ...
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1answer
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How do I claim HST compensation on my personal Ontario income taxes?

I have a couple thousand dollars of HST compensation to declare on my Ontario Income Tax for a sole proprietor business, but I am not sure specifically how to declare the amount on my taxes as income ...
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109 views

Where is my dividend?

I have been holding a stock "ASG" for almost one year. By the ASG Dividend History, I should get some dividend. I checked my account on TD Ameritrade, it only shows my share amount. But where can ...
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1answer
384 views

What happens to 401k when I change my job?

I'm planning to sign up for a 401(k). However, I'm not sure what happens if and when I change jobs. What happens to the money I deposit? What happens with employer matches? Can you please give me ...
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1answer
63 views

What should I consider before opening an account at a bank in another state?

Can a person use a bank from one state while living in another? I live in a city that doesn't have many interstate banks. I like an interstate bank that I used when I lived in Florida. Can I set up ...
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Why are there no exchange traded options on 3x leveraged ETNs

Since these would help me manage risk in my personal financial portfolio, why are there no exchange traded options on 3x leveraged ETNs? Is there a prohibition that the SEC is perpetuating? Is there ...
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Is it mandatory for tax preparation companies to offer free basic service?

I have seen that almost all of the tax preparation companies/softwares like H&R Block, Jackson Hewitt, Liberty Tax Service, TurboTax etc offer free basic federal tax filing. Is there any law ...
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Could CRA consider income from frequent trading of listed stock options as regular income, not capital gains?

I trade options on U.S. stocks frequently, several times a month. The income has been taxed as capital gains. I am quite worried that the CRA could turn around and say that I am operating a business ...
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Short Term investments without interest

I am new to investing, and am looking for what is the best way to invest. Due to religious reasons I do not want to make money by interest. Are there any other ways to get a decent amount of earnings ...
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Do I need to file taxes for multi-member LLC with no activity (State of NJ)

I know there are several threads to this end on here - I have read them all and am still in need of some assistance. I am an owner of a mulit-member LLC that was established this past year in the ...
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Calculating return from an equity investment

I'm looking at supporting a company who is raising funding through a website by selling equity. The company is offering 2% equity at £1,000,000 which puts its value at £50,000,000. If I buy £1,000 ...
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Pros/cons of drawing income in retirement from sole-owner corporation vs. sole-proprietorship?

What happens from a tax perspective at retirement time for the sole-owner/employee of a Corporation versus Sole-Proprietorship? In the case of a Corporation, I assume that the owner pulls money from ...
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Are there contracts for fixed pay vs. fixed pay rates?

Are there any contracts that simply pay you when/if you finish a specific project with no mention of a fixed pay/hour? If so, does this mean you can get paid under minimum wage if you take too long to ...
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1answer
124 views

How much of my capital should I spend on subscribing to a stock research company?

I've subscribed for a free 2 month trial to a stock research company and so far it has made me good money so far. I've now been offered a 1 year subscription for a fee of $599. I have a capital of ...
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34 views

US Tax exemption for Independent student contractor working from India

I am an undergraduate computer science student, resident and citizen of India, I'll be working as an Independent student contractor for a US based software company from my home country (India), during ...
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1answer
37 views

Is there a way to avoid short-term capital gains taxes on bond funds?

It appears that most bond ETFs pay out monthly distributions from interest earnings. Is there a way to directly reinvesting the earnings on the fund without triggering a taxable event? Are there any ...
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2answers
63 views

Does it make sense to invest in bonds when interest rates are likely to rise? [closed]

Thinking about a possible increase in interest rates in the future, does it make sense to invest in bonds? Would the price of a bond fund holding mostly AAA rated Fannie/Freddie issues, and medium ...
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1answer
50 views

Receiving money from Paypal via a friend in different country

Paypal doesn't support my country yet, but I want to open a small ecommerce site to accept payment from paypal. Can a friend living in a different country (may be US, Canada, Australia etc.) accept ...
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Jointly owned inherited house

My brother and I own an inherited house, his son and family has been living there rent-free for 7 years. Brother has been paying the taxes ($12k) and homeowners insurance, and what maintenance has ...
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1answer
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Calculating selling rate for foreign currency exchange

I occasionally buy USD to load a prepaid debit card to buy things from online. My local currency is different (lets assume that my local currency name is 'A') and the amount and buying rate vary every ...

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